Chairperson TEVTA aims to solve employees’ issues on priority


Chairperson Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Mamoon Jaffar Tarrar has said that resolving basic issues of TEVTA employees is his priority. He was talking to the delegation of the Grand Alliance of TEVTA Unions here on Wednesday at the TEVTA secretariat.

He said that he took charge of Chairperson TEVTA a few days ago and he believed that basic issues of employees and especially teachers should be resolved immediately and on a priority basis. He thinks that without resolving issues of teachers we cannot achieve targets of quality in technical education.

He added that he is well known for the issue of 25 and 15 percent disparity allowance of field staff and he is already working for this and will raise the issue at every forum. He went on to say that he has clearly advised Chief Minister Punjab Pervaiz Elahi that Punjab’s youth must be equipped with quality technical and vocational training.

The chairperson TEVTA said that technical education plays a key role in the development of any country. He said that admission in technical education courses is in full swing after matric results.

We want to convey to the parents through the media that they should focus on technical and vocational education rather than conventional education, this will provide a bright future for their children.

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