For students registered at government high schools and colleges, the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) has announced plans to host summer skill camps. They will offer instruction in 14 different trades to assist students strengthen their talents.
During the summer break, free three-month-long short courses will be offered. No tuition or application fees are required for enrollment for either male or female students, regardless of gender.
Recently, the Government Graduate College for Women Satellite Town (GGCWST) in Rawalpindi hosted a technical education awareness conference. Several prominent people, including Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatta of the Rawalpindi Division, attended the seminar.
Commissioner Chatta praised the administration for starting this program and stated that he believed that it would assist youngsters secure a better future.
He urged students to utilize their summer breaks by picking up new skills and mentioned that industrialized nations place great importance on technical education and training. He also emphasized the advantages of technical education for people’s financial security and that of their families.
Announcing that the initiative would soon be implemented in Divisional Public Schools, he also acknowledged the important role that teachers play in encouraging children to pursue technical education.
A ceremony honoring and presenting students will be placed after the program’s end. To ensure the success of this program, Commissioner Chatta urged everyone to team up, adding that it needs the backing and participation of all.