Technical education and training authority launched the 2nd level of e-learning courses. Mian Aslam Iqbal, Punjab Provincial Minister for Business, Trade and Investment said the Punjab government is committed to provide students with upgraded technical education and vocational training facilities according to modern requirements. Chief Minister Hunarmand Najawan Program initiated the course process. The launch ceremony was conducted online due to the coronavirus pandemic, involving Chairperson TEVTA, Ali Salman Siddique, Chief Operating Officer TEVTA, and other participants.
While addressing the online ceremony, the minister said launching TEVTA’s e-learning courses is a major achievement as the courses help youth become financially autonomous. He continued that the courses would be taught to around 50,000,000 students in order to experience greater earning opportunities. According to TEVTA officials, 5400 students were educated in the first process of e-learning courses and now the authority will offer instruction to 16200 students in the different categories. Courses are offered in diverse disciplines, such as virtual assistant, technological and graphic design.
Better chances to gain Earning Opportunities
TEVTA’s key vision is to have better work prospects by educating them properly. In e-learning courses’ second step, 130,000 students applied for entry. Previously owing to the coronavirus pandemic, all educational institutes and training centres throughout the world were closed. That’s why TEVTA launched e-learning courses so students would learn by sitting at home. Today, after successfully completing the courses, candidates will gain a beautiful amount of money. There are a range of online outlets including Amazon and eBay from which candidates can earn online using their skills.