The Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) has announced plans for summer skill camps for students enrolled in government schools and institutions. They will provide students with instruction in 14 different trades to help them enhance their skills.
During the summer vacation, the purpose is to provide free three-month short courses. Both male and female students may enroll without paying any tuition or examination expenses.
The Government Graduate College for Women Satellite Town (GGCWST) in Rawalpindi recently hosted a technical education awareness conference. Several famous personalities attended the lecture, including the principal guest, Commissioner Rawalpindi Division Liaquat Ali Chatta.
Commissioner Chatta congratulated the leadership for introducing this effort and expressed hope that it will assist students secure a brighter future.
He advised students to make the most of their summer holidays by acquiring new skills and stated that technical education and training are highly valued in industrialized countries. He also emphasized the good influence that technical education may have on the economic well-being of individuals and their families.
He also acknowledged teachers’ involvement in encouraging children to look for technical education and stated that the program will be implemented in Divisional Public Schools soon.
A ceremony will be conducted at the end of the program to recognize and honor pupils. Commissioner Chatta asked everyone to collaborate for this project to succeed, noting that it required everyone’s support and involvement.