QUETTA: Governor Balochistan (rtd) Justice Aman Ullah Khan Yasinzai yesterday said potential measures were be taken to introduce modern curriculum in educational institutions as per current era’s requirements.
He expressed these views while addressing a ceremony of Provincial Skill Competition under Prime Minister’s Youth Skill Development Programme at Boys Scouts here.
Governor Balochistan said youth was being imparted technical training so that they could play their role in different field for development of the province, adding that without education no nation can progress.
He said, it was time to pay special attention on promotion of technical education in Balochistan, so the youth could struggle for utilizing their capabilities in their own interest.
AmanUllah Yasinzai marked, skill training was important for students which would decrease unemployment rate in the province, saying that there is no lack of talent in Balochistan.
“It is necessary that parents should also focus on technical education for their children so that they could take benefits in future from completion of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) due to technical and skill education.
Addressing the ceremony, Director General NAVTTC Muhammad Masood Ahmed said Pakistan is only country consists 60 percent youth which should come forward to get technical education and skillful youth would get jobs after completion of CPEC project, he added.
Eight district of students including male and female have taken participation in the Provincial Skill Competition under PM’s Skill Youth Program. Later, Governor Balochistan AmanUllah Khan Yasinzai distributed prize and certificate among position holders.