Establishment of TTC/WTTC Kharan
Establishment of Technical Training Centers for Male & Female at Kharan is a PSDP Project which was approved by the PDWP in October, 2016. Government of Punjab is funding the said project through TEVTA Punjab to achieve the mentioned below objectives:
- Construction of Technical Training Center for Male in District Kharan;
- Construction of Technical Training Center for Female in District Kharan;
- Provision of Machinery, Equipment and tools to the newly constructed TTCs for both male and female in District Kharan;
- Introduction of demand based training courses in District Kharan;
- Encouragement of Entrepreneurship by introduction of Entrepreneurship Module;
- Introduction of Competency Based Training (CBT);
- Establishment of Institute Management Committees (IMCs);
- To bring the youth of the area towards positive activities by engaging them in productive learning;
- To encourage self-employment in the area of District Kharan;
The overall objective of the B-TEVTA is to provide feeble economy of Balochistan with qualified and competitive workers and to train the youth for their participation in sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction as well as increase their employability oversees.
Out of seven pillars of Pakistan Vision 2025, the first one is “Putting people first: developing human and social capital”. One major weakness of development journey of Pakistan is neglect of human resource development. The case of Balochistan is not much different from that of national situation. Vision 2025 seeks to bring human resource development to the top of national agenda. This requires capitalizing upon existing social capital, strengthening it and improving the human skill base of the population to optimally contribute to and effectively benefit from economic growth.
Description, Justification and Technical Parameters.
District Kharan has a total number of 216 Institutions. Out of these 185 are located in Urban areas and the remaining 31 are in Rural areas. The total enrolment for the district is 18138. Urban areas have an enrolment of 6041, whereas the Rural area share is 12097. The total number of teachers is 657, of these 162 are teaching in urban area Institutions and 495 are teaching in Rural areas.
District Kharan lacks the facility of informal education and there is not a single Public Institute, which should cater the need of Technical/Vocational Education in the District. In accordance with the recent survey of 2015, District Kharan ranks 76th in National Ranking and 5th Rank in Provincial Ranking, respectively.
Based on design capacity per shift, the output of the proposed project is 480 trainees per annum as per selected program per batch. The batches of 6-12 months courses will be conducted.
Introduction/Implementation of Competency Based Training (CBT) courses as per NAVTTC guidelines for the trades;
NAVTTC has introduced Competency Based Training (CBT), which will be adopted for implementation of CBT, in order to produce better skilled manpower against the competency standards acceptable to National and International market. The trades which have been identified and CBT curricula established by the NAVTTC will be implemented in both the centers. It is also mandatory that the appointed staff capacity will be developed in accordance with the standards required for the instructional staff.
Introduction of Institute Management Committee (IMC) in TTC Male & Female at Kharan;
The stakeholders from local community will be involved having representation in any industry/sector relevant to the TVET sector for forming of Institute Management Committee (IMC). The committee in the light of IMC rules will perform their duties to uplift the training standards in TTC Male and Female.
Demand and Supply Analysis
Workforce development would provide the impetus for increased labour productivity, through improving the skill base of the youth, addressing on one hand the youth bulge issue and on the other improving industrial output. Both sector-specific and place-based approaches to workforce development would be adopted through NAVTEC and collaboration with provincial technical and vocational training bodies. This would be further supported through a thorough labor market assessment, developing demand-driven curriculum and developing better linkages with the employment market.
Comprehensive labor market assessments will be undertaken by the provinces, which would be updated periodically. Due focus would also be given on developing skill standards that can then serve as the basis for quality certification of different qualifications offered by the TEVT institutions. Youth Employment Exchanges would play a vital role in linking the labor force with local, national and international labor markets
Project benefits and analysis
Under this project Young girls/ boys from lower, middle class families will get training in job oriented trades / vocations. This will enable the passed out to get employment or start their own business (self-employed) which will increase their income. Thus social economic conditions of the families will be uplifted. No informed benefit (income) is envisaged. No fees is charged from trainees, and trainee will be provided free of cost. Pass-outs who will be employed international market will bring increased foreign currency remittances into the country. Exact financial benefit and analysis will be done the through impact evaluation.
- Opportunity for individuals to make technical or vocational fields’ career
- Opportunity for unemployed youth to have means livelihood
- Engagement of the youth in productive activities preventing them to indulge in activities detrimental for society
- Increase productivity of labor force
- Prepare youth for getting engaged in industrial jobs, however small the existence of the industries may be in Balochistan
- Develop network of people having technical and vocational skills
- Increase profit margins of the trained workforce
- Generate higher quality of work in the market
- Increase self-motivation
- Lower employment turnover rate
- Lead to greater employee versatility
- Environmental impact
As per decision of the ECNEC (Case No. ECNEC-6/1/2007 dated 07-03-2007), there is no environmental hazard i.e. solid/liquid waste and air pollution /impact of the project in the area.
- Quantifiable Output
Approximately 480 trainees would be pass-outs per annum from both the TTCs, which would be able to contribute towards the Economic activities of the country.
- Unit Cost Analysis:
In accordance with the estimated cost of recurring expenditure for both the center, it is expected that Rs.37,370/- as an average cost for each trainee per month will be utilized.
- Employment generation (direct and indirect)
This project is not meant for employment generation rather preparing the youth for employment opportunities in the provincial, national and international market.
 District Education Profile 2011-12
Alif Ailaan District Education Ranking 2015
 Pakistan Vision 2025