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August 25, 2019

App on cards for home-based technical education

Islamabad

August 25, 2019

Islamabad : The government is motivating youths to get quality technical skills to earn a respectable livelihood within the country and abroad, said parliamentary secretary for federal education and professional training Wajiha Akram on Friday.

"We (government) are taking all necessary steps to promote quality technical and professional education in the country to address unemployment," she told a ceremony held here to launch a study on 'adolescent girls voices on enhancing their own productivity in Pakistan'.

The study was launched by the Population Council with the support of the UNICEF.

The parliamentary secretary said the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission was set to launch an app to connect youths especially women for getting technical education at home.

She said the government was facing many challenges in the education sector and most of them were relating to the women.

Wajiha Akram also said efforts were underway for the enrollment of out-of-school Children, provision of quality education and introduction of the uniform education system.

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