Synonyms for tevta or Related words with tevta

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Examples of "tevta"
In Pakistan, the Apprenticeship Training is implemented under a National Apprenticeship Ordinance 1962 and Apprenticeship Rules 1966. It regulates apprenticeship programs in industry and a TVET institute for theoretical instructions. It is obligatory for industry having fifty or more workers in an apprenticeable trade to operate apprenticeship training in the industry. Entire cost of training is borne by industry including wages to apprentices. The provincial governments through Technical Education & Vocational Training Authorities (Punjab TEVTA, Sindh TEVTA, KP TEVTA, Balochistan TEVTA and AJK TEVTA) enforce implementation of apprenticeship.
Since 1999 the institute has functioned under TEVTA.
The Institute produces skilled manpower to respond to Pakistan's annual need for 1 million skilled workers in local industries. It registered with the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) in 2005. TEVTA is the nation's biggest network of polytechnic and vocational-training institutions.
sultanpur in 1992. Akhtar Abbas Bharwana II is the General Manager of TEVTA(2009-present)(Grade 21). Babar Hassan Bharwana ( Nasir Abad )is a very successful and hard working bureaucrat.
Government College of Technology Sahiwal and Allama Iqbal Polytechnic Institute ( Reg.) Sahiwal, Pakistan. play an important role in providing technical education to the students of this area. These institutes offer degrees in electrical, mechanical, civil, automobile, food processing and many other technologies. These institutes are affiliated with the TEVTA.
There are two Post Graduate colleges in Samundri, one for boys and another for girls. There is a commerce college as well being run by TEVTA in a private building acquired on rent. However a new building is built for Commerce and Technical studies near Chak 465 and arch valley.
The police station of Lalian was established in 1867 during the British rule, the high school was also established during the British rule in 1918 as was the Rural Health Center. It has a technical training center managed under TEVTA and also has a veterinary hospital. Nadra office is shifted in Lalian on 11-07-2011 which is operating near grain market.
In July 2011 the Chairman of the Technical and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) visited the Institute. Impressed by the cutting edge laboratories of the institute he proposed a plan of cooperation between the Centre and the Government to replicate the advances in other institutes in the country.
The purpose of this institute to prepare the young generation of the Pakistan for early development & growth of the nation. After the war of 1971 of Pakistan with India the Sweden employers were returned back to there home country. After 1971 the GSPCT is doing their work under the authority of TEVTA (Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority) of the Punjab.
Dr. Umar Saif has served on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Pakistan between 2013-14. He has served on the Boards of several government and semi-government organizations, including Aitchison College, Bank of the Punjab, Technical Education & Vocational Training Company (TEVTA), Engineering Consultancy Services of the Punjab, Urban Sector Planning and Management Services Unit, Lahore Parking Company, Punjab Municipal Development Fund Company, and Punjab Educational Endowment Fund.
He was former advisor to the Chief Minister of Punjab and the chairman of the Chief Minister of Punjab's special initiatives entity. He also served on the board of directors of the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) and helped restructure Punjab Industrial Estates and Punjab Agriculture Marketing Company amongst others. In 2009, he formed the Punjab Board of Investment & Trade and was its first CEO.
Muhammad Matloob Inkalabi hails from Landlord/Farmer (Son) Family, He completed his High School from Khuiratta,Muhammad Matloob Inkalabi graduated from Businesses Administration from University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir; later he went to Karachi for LAW, After completing his early education from Kotli Matloob Inkalabi started his political career from PSF, First he was elected as PSF Degree College President, Later he was nominated Chairman PSF AJK and In June 2011 he contested election and was elected as Minister Higher Education/IT/TEVTA AJK. Muhammad Matloob Inkalabi is a true Bhuttoist.
Recently in July 2016 Raja Nisar Ahmed Khan, who belongs to the Pakistan Muslim League (N) Azad Kashmir,Elected as MLA and Minister Law, Parliamentarian affairs, Justice and Human Rights, Electricity .He was elected MLA in the Azad Kashmir Assembly General Election held in 2006 for five years, Ch. Muhammad Rafiq Nayyer Ex. Minister of Health & Transport & Muhammad Matloob Inkalabi Ex member of Kashmir Council & Elected MLA in 2011 election and Joined AJK Legislative Assembley first time as Minister Higher Education IT/TEVTA AJ&K Govt.
The Government College of Technology, Rasul ( abbreviated to GCT Rasul) was established in 1873 in Oriental College Lahore under the Punjab University by inducting only Surveyor class. In 1885, this class was shifted to Mayo School of Arts (Now N.C.A.) Lahore. In 1906 School of Engineering was established in the same Campus. When it was realized that the space for Practical Training is not sufficient there, It was shifted to its present Campus at Rasul Distt. M.B.Din. Up to 1962, the Institute was functioning under the control of PWD. In 1962 the Institute was placed under Technical Education Department and a 3-year diploma in Civil Technology was introduced. At that time the Institute was named as Govt. School of Engineering. In 1972 it was upgraded as College of Technology. Since 1999 The Institute has been functioning under TEVTA. The College has an honour of training about 24000 Technical Manpower for the Country.
Established various new State institutions for common good like Kashmir Bank, Kashmir Highway Authority (KHA), Kashmir Cultural Academy, Social Rehabilitation Trust, Kashmir Tourism Development Authority, Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) etc. offering equal gender employment avenues to Kashmiri youth.As Prime Minister promoted religious harmony among various segments of the society by reenergizing the concept of eco-politico and religious interdependence in globalized world by holding regular "Mosque Kutcheries." Refurbishment of party cadres on more democratic and liberal lines by introducing constitutional amendments, allowing extra lebensraum to women political activists.Introduced new democratic dimensions among Kashmiri youth as Chairman of youth and students wing of All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference by regularly holding elections and ensuring grassroots participation in policy making decisions.
The people of Kalibair at the moment are well equipped with professional education. Most of the students are testing their talent in various professional fields. The majority has chosen education as their profession. They are working as Elementary and Secondary school teachers in government schools. More than five people have gone in the field of Civil Engineering. They are working for private organisations and one is running his own business. Many people have attended classes in Nursing and Hospitalisation. They are at job at Lahore in various government and private hospitals.Five persons from Waseer Clan two male two female are doing jobs in Education department,One is in revenue department (Patwari). One person from Waseer clan has done master in commerce and doing job in textile as Manager. One person from the village has done B.Sc.Hons. in food technology and currently is serving as Lecturer at TEVTA (Technical education and Vocational training Authority) Punjab University Lahore. Just a year or two ago one person from Syed Clan passed Graduation at Law (L.L.B.) and is in practice at District courts Mirpur, Azad Kashmir. Along with these notable persons, there are many young persons in the fields of Commerce, Accounting, Computer Sciences, Agriculture, Driving, Language, Literature, Banking and Mass communication.