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 training. 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, training, and developing industrial linkages.