According to the bank website, "The IWRP Project will strengthen the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) sector's ability to support economic growth and job creation in priority economic sectors, including export-oriented sectors. The IWRP Project will expand use of competency-based training and assessment (CBTA), reform the TVET institutional framework, and develop TVET centers of excellence (COEs) and sector skills councils. It will also expand work-based training, strengthen of industry-TVET linkages, address the lack of female participation in TVET, expand entrepreneurship programs for TVET graduates, and introduce the private management of public TVET institutes."
Government of Punjab US$ 10 million
Responsible ADB Officer: LaRocque, Norman I.A.
Responsible ADB Department: Central and West Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division: CWSS
Industries, Commerce and Investment Department
2-Bank Road, Old P&D Bldg. Civil Secretariat ICID Government of the Punjab, Lahore
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