STEVTA Twenty First Century presents new challenges for a radically transformed economy that is likely to have profound implications for the Technical Education and vocational Training (TEVT). The TEVT system in Pakistan must adapt to the key features of emerging economic world order that includes Globalization and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Revolution.
A country with wide ranging Industrial base generates greater employment opportunities and reduced un-employment and poverty. The shortage of skilled labor is due to a mismatch Between academic programs and market oriented skills and trainings.
To meet these challenges, STEVTA, like global best practices, is attending to these issues through improving efficiency Of TEVT administration and introducing market oriented academic programs, trainings, and developing industrial linkages.
Technical Education & Vocational Training (TEVT) In Sindh
At the time of Independence, Technical Education and Diploma courses were offered in Engineering College with total annual intake capacity of about 350 students in three main fields of Engineering (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical). In Sindh first Govt. Polytechnic Institute was established in 1955 with the assistance of Ford Foundation, USA. Now, there is a widely spread network of Technical Education and Vocational Education Training (TEVT) institution all over Sindh.
In 2001, with the introduction of scheme of Devolution of Powers in the country, most of the TEVT institution were devolved to District Governments and City District Government. During this period, no major initiatives were taken for capacity building, infrasturture development, and improvement of equipment and technologies of TEVT institutions resulting in decline in quality of training reduced enrollment.
Sindh Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (STEVTA)
In Sindh,TEVT education was offered in a fragmented manner under three departments viz. Education & Literacy, Labor and Social welfare.The Education & Literacy department controlled 182 instructions, Labor 36 institution, and Social welfare 16 institutions.
Sindh Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (STEVTA) was established through STEVTA Ordinance, 2007. And subsequently in 2009, the Sindh Assembly has passed the STEVTA Bill 2009 on March 29, 2010.
After the approval of the Sindh Cabinet in its meeting held on 28th February 2009, the administrative control of all TEVT Institution has been entrusted to STEVTA has provided SNE and fictionalized 50 institutes after its establishment. Now , there are total 284 TEVT institutes functioning under STEVTA.
Employment through Skills.
To provide quality education based on STEVTA regulations in market driven trades to females in safe and healthy environment with strong industrial linkages under trained teaching faculty to produce entrepreneurial oriented skilled workforce which will serve national and international market to uplift socio economic condition of country.
- To educate women and enable them to attain personal and professional goals.
- To impart technical skills in women so that they actively contribute to the socio economic environment of society.
- To establish campus environment where trainees learn values, honesty, integrity, judgement and desire for knowledge.
We are committed to provide continuous competency based training with expert faculty so as to produce high quality trained human resources. We strongly believe to provide relevant, accessible, high quality and efficient technical education and skills development courses to meet the requirement of latest automated industry.