172,510 Students received technical education in last three years

Education172,510 Students received technical education in last three years

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: A total of 172,510 Students received technical education across the Country in the last three years as per the NAVTTC databank, the National Assembly was told.

In reply to a question, the Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood told the House on Wednesday that the Ministry of Federal Education & Professional Training through the National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) is maintaining a databank of technical and vocational trainings in Pakistan.

   

The minister told that as per the NAVTTC databank, during the last three years, 85,862 Students received Skill Training, 44,258 High-Tech Training, 41,604 Conventional Training while 786 Students underwent the Training of Trainers (ToT) Court.

Shafqat Mahmood further told that as per the NAVTTC databank, there are a total of 56 Public and Private Institutes in Islamabad, and out of them, 18 (4 Public & 14 Private Institutes) are in rural areas while 38 (11 Public & 27 Private Institutes) are in urban areas.

The minister also told the House that no proposal under consideration of the government to construct/establish more technical institutes in Islamabad.

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