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Human resource development through technical and vocational education and trainings (TVET) system in Baluchistan: A critical SWOT analysis

  title={Human resource development through technical and vocational education and trainings (TVET) system in Baluchistan: A critical SWOT analysis},
  author={Aziz Ahmed and Aliya Hashmi Khan and Lubna Shehnaz and Syed Waheed Ullah},
Human resource development (HRD) through technical and vocational education and training (TVET) consists upon provision of different skill trades through provincial and federal TVET authorities/commissions and allied TVET departments in Baluchistan. The strength of TVET system include both technical education and vocational trainings, provincial TVET authority, TVET allied departments, TVET dissemination through private and public sectors, membership in TVET laws and protocol mechanism endorsed… 

Tracer Study of Socio-economic and demographic Impacts of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Women in Baluchistan

1. Lecturer, Department of Economics, Faculty of Management Sciences, Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences, Quetta, Baluchistan, Pakistan 2. Assistant

Tracing Institutional Role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training Skills for Socio-Economic Development of Women in Baluchistan

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Education and skills: Strategies for accelerated development in Asia and the Pacific

  • Manila, Philippines.
  • 2009