September 15th, 2014
Samsung, Sindh Tevta sign MOU to Develop Training Labs
Samsung has signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Sindh TEVTA (Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority) to establish training labs in Karachi.
This ‘hands-on’ lab training will enable students to gain the necessary experience and technical skill to seek employment opportunities.
According to the MOU, Samsung Pakistan will provide electronic products to Sindh TEVTA exclusively for educational and training purposes. The students at Sindh TEVTA will be deemed competent to use these products by the TEVTA faculty.
Samsung Pakistan will also from time to time provide further assistance by teaching and training the faculty at TEVTA by conducting specialized workshops and seminars. Further to this, detailed technical training manuals shall also be provided to the staff to enrich the teaching experience.
Present at the signing ceremony were Mr. Saad ul Hasan Head of Corporate Marketing Samsung Pakistan and Muhammad Abbas Baloch Chairman Sindh TEVTA.
Mr. Saad-ul-Hassan, Head of Corporate Marketing said, “We are pleased to partner with the Sindh Tevta and believe thattechnical education & vocational trainings are pivotal to revive our country’s economy. Samsung will continue its work for uplifting the society, particularly investing in the education sector.”
Chairman Sindh Tevta, Muhammad Abbas Baloch has shown his personal interest in this project and has requested to expand these projects to rural areas as well, he further said” Sindh TEVTA’s objectives are focused on establishing a productive workforce by developing standardized technical education and vocational training to be at par with globally competitive workforces.
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