The Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training Pakistan and Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology have signed an MOU to establish a new IT Training center for unemployed youth in Islamabad. The MOU envisaged a tripartite partnership between the Ministry of Federal Education, National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC), and GIKI

Home > Carousel > The Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training Pakistan and Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology have signed an MOU to establish a new IT Training center for unemployed youth in Islamabad. The MOU envisaged a tripartite partnership between the Ministry of Federal Education, National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC), and GIKI
Ministry of Federal Education and GIKI signed an MOU to establish an IT Training Centre in Islamabad for unemployed youth.

Ministry of Federal Education and GIKI signed an MOU to establish an IT Training Centre in Islamabad for unemployed youth.

“A great step forward for our commitment to quality education of unemployed youth,” Senator Engr. Salim Saifullah Khan, President SOPREST and BoG GIK Institute.

The Ministry of Federal Education and GIK Institute signed an MOU to establish a new IT Training Center in Islamabad for unemployed youth. The MOU envisaged a tripartite partnership between the Ministry of Federal Education, the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission, and GIK Institute, a top Science and Technology university in the country. 

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Mohiuddin Wani, federal Secretary of Education, stated that the proposed agreement is under Prime Minister’s Educational Initiatives, 2024. He stated that this agreement will provide the opportunity for a comprehensive collaboration between the Ministry and the GIK Institute for providing training in modern IT subjects, which will enhance the prospects of employment for the country’s educated youth. 

Mr. Salim Saifullah Khan, President of BoG, GIKI, was also present. He stated that the Institute, named after the late ex-President of Pakistan, Ghulam Ishaq Khan, has been providing top-quality education in engineering sciences for the last three decades as a welfare agency from an underdeveloped area like Topi on merit and is producing quality engineers serving internationally.

Mr. Shakil Durrani, Executive Director of SOPREST, and Mr. Amir Jan, Executive Director of NAVTT, Dr. Fazal Khalid, Rector, Sardar Aminullah Khan, and Mr. Hassan Zaidi, Pro-Rectors of the Institute, and the other officers of the Ministry also participated in the ceremony held at the Ministry of Education in Islamabad. 

Mr. Durrani stated that GIKI had started this program as a CSR initiative of GIK and will help improve the employment opportunities for unemployed engineers, graduates, and Master’s degree holders as they will be provided training in modern technology and accordance with the needs of the local industry. The Federal Education Ministry is starting to develop such centers in different federal educational institutions in collaboration with top universities.

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