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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 647-652


Analyzing the Functioning of NAVTTC’s Centers of Excellence for Implementing National Skills Strategy in Pakistan

Syed Abir Hassan Naqvi, Dr. Ashi Zeeshan, Khalid Javed Assi.

Abstract
National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) has established centers of excellence for improving skill training in various regions of Pakistan. The main objective of these centers is to impart skill training as per industry requirement. As these centers are playing pivotal role for uplifting the economy by improving industry relevant skill, therefore, the purpose of this study was to analyze the functioning of these centers for implementing national skills strategy (NSS) 2009-13. It was descriptive research and survey design was used. Data was collected from 70 principals and 251 instructors from the vocational institutes across Pakistan. A structured questionnaire was developed by the researcher to collect data. Both descriptive as well as inferential statistics were applied with the help of SPSS, version 20.0. After analysis it was found that all the respondents agreed that these centers are playing important role in the provision of relevant skills to the trainees. Principals and instructors agreed that centers are providing them technical assistance for effective teaching and they follow the rules while teaching in the class which are set by the centers. The centers of excellence provide the resources and pedagogical assistance to technical institutes for achieving NSS objectives.

Key words: NAVTTC, Centers of Excellence, Skill Training






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