Chairperson Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Punjab Mamoon Jaffar Tarrar has said that TEVTA is continuing its focus on industry demand driven courses to provide the readily available workforce for all relevant industries.

He was addressing the MoU ceremony with the Pakistan Association of Printing and Graphic Arts Industry (PAPGAI) at the TEVTA secretariat. PAPGAI is playing a leading & pivotal role in the betterment of the Printing and Graphic Arts Industry by providing professional training.

While explaining the details of the MoU, the chairperson said that as per the memorandum of understanding TEVTA will organize industry demand driven courses for the printing and graphic art industry. He said that MOU TEVTA will provide location, teachers and infrastructure for courses while PAPGAI will provide a Rs 10,000 stipend to the students for job training.

He also explained that in the beginning the course is being started as a pilot project but later it will be expanded.

Meanwhile, TEVTA also signed an MOU with the Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Program (CHIP) which will start courses for special youngsters. TEVTA will provide space for a classroom while CHIP will identify special youngsters 10 Km around TEVTA institutes.

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