TEVTA Manages Training of 4000 Aspirants in China
Lahore, The chairperson of the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) said that TEVTA is sending approximately 4000 aspirants to China to get the vocational training and they can be able to take part in the advance Chinese language course.
The chairman of TEVTA addressed the meeting at the secretariat of TEVTA and said that apart from bringing the international master instructors to Pakistan and TEVTA is doing the great job of sending the students to the developed countries to get further training in order to enhance their training skills.
The chairman of TEVTA confirmed that the authority will send about 4000 students to China this year. He added that the government is intended to send about 10,000 aspirants to China and in the first stage, they decided to sent about four thousand aspirants.
He further added that the government is trying to send thirty to forty percent female aspirants to China in order to get training and TEVTA will bear all expenses on these trainings. The aspirants will be able to take the advantage from the chances, which are provided by the China Pakistan Economics Corridor (CPEC).