NAVTTC Director visited SSUET to monitor PM Hunarmand Program

SIR SYED UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
University Road, Karachi-75300, Pakistan
Tel.: 4988000-2, 4982393-474583, Fax: (92-21)-4982393

KARACHI, December 21, 2020 – Director of National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC), Karachi, Muhammad Ali Chacher, Deputy Director Azizullah Chandio and Provincial Coordinator NAVTTC Sindh, Bharat Kumar visited Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology to monitor the progress of Prime Minister Hunarmand (Skills for All) Programme. Project Director, Dr. Tahir Fattani and Project Manager, Noman Ali Khan, gave a comprehensive presentation to the guest who immensely appreciated the efforts and performance of the concerned authorities. They defined SOPs and explained about the measures being taken by the University for the Health Safety of the students with availability of doctor, medical staff and ambulance. They also shared students’ lists, course log files, details of workshops and seminars, assessments and information related to other allied facilities offered to the students.

NAVTTC Director, Muhammad Ali Chacher personally checked the process of vocational training and observed the quality of management and appreciated the measures taken by the university in time for the students and smooth execution of the program. NAVTTC team visited the ongoing classes, laboratories of SSUET.

Sir Syed University is an esteemed university of Sindh and has 500 students registered in six trades under the PM Hunarmand Programme.

NAVTTC Director, Muhammad Ali Chacher said, “Sir Syed is managing this programme very effectively and successfully. It is highly commendable that Sir Syed University has become a valued partner of NAVTTC in very short time and has restarted the classes, strictly following the SOPs with a thorough professional approach.”

Abdul Hamid Daccani
Dy Director Information

Caption: Director of National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC), Karachi, Muhammad Ali Chacher visited Sir Syed University