Jobs for skilled labors

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

ISLAMABAD—Na­tional Vo­ca­tional and Tech­ni­cal Train­ing Com­mis­sion (NAVTTC) is tak­ing var­i­ous steps for the pro­vid­ing jobs to skilled labors.

Talk­ing to APP here on Tues­day, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor of NAVTTC, Zul­fiqar A. Cheema said that NAVTTC had es­tab­lished a job place­ment cen­tre to reduce the pres­sure of un­em­ploy­ment in the coun­try and in this re­gard 700,000 skilled la­bor data across the coun­try col­lected to pro­vide the jobs to them. He said that an ini­tia­tive had taken to en­gage Lead­ing Na­tional On­line Em­ploy­ment Agen­cies in this na­tional cause in close col­lab­o­ra­tion with NAVTTC.—APP ISLAMABAD—A del­e­ga­tion of Fed­eral Om­buds­man’s Sec­re­tariat headed by Wafaqi Mo­hta­sib M. Sal­man Faruqui called on Chief Jus­tice of Pak­istan (CJP) An­war Za­heer Ja­mali here Tues­day and pre­sented re­ports on prison, po­lice sta­tions and pen­sion is­sues com­plied by the Fed­eral Om­buds­man un­der the di­rec­tives of Supreme Court in dif­fer­ent cases.

Sal­man Faruqui briefed the CJP about the re­ports fi­nal­ized af­ter con­sid­er­able de­lib­er­a­tions. These re­ports iden­tify mal­ad­min­is­tra­tion and sys­temic fail­ures and also sug­gest ways and means to bring im­prove­ments for the ef­fec­tive and smooth func­tion­ing of the in­sti­tu­tions so that the griev­ances of pub­lic at large could be re­dressed ex­pe­di­tiously.—APP

M Sal­man Faruqui, Fed­eral Om­buds­man pre­sent­ing re­ports to Chief Jus­tice of Pak­istan An­war Za­heer Ja­mali at Supreme Court on Tues­day.—SABAH

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