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About Us

National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) was established in 2005 to regulate & mange TVET Sector in Pakistan. NAVTTC, under Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, is the apex body mandated to promote, facilitate, regulate, strategize, revamp, approve curricula, train, and provide policy direction for country’s entire Technical & Vocational Education and Training and development system.

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Skills Development for Employment & Empowerment.

To provide policy direction, support & enabling environment to the public and private sector for skills development leading to empowerment and socio-economic development.

What WE DO

Since its inception, NAVTTC has taken several interventions for reforming TVET sector in Pakistan. As a first step, it evolved a National Skills Strategy in consultation with all the stakeholders including industrialists, chambers of commerce, employers, academia, policy makers and international development partners. The NSS provides a comprehensive action plan for revamping of TVET in the country. Several actions have already been taken on the recommendations contained in the NSS, which includes development of National Vocational Qualification Framework (NVQF), national qualifications system for teachers, code of conduct, accreditation system, HRD policy for TVET, skill standards, and curricula in priority areas NAVTTC has made major contribution to Pakistan’s national human resource development, and has generated a large number of employments for the skilled youth, overseas and nationally, benefitting the individuals as well as the national economy. NAVTTC accords a high priority to address the issues being faced by neglected geographical areas, marginalized segments of society; and uplift TVET sector in country.

our functions


Strengthen TVET Sector through public-private partnership & industrial engagement


Design and implement skill training programs to bridge demand-supply gap


Maintain databank of skilled youth and their placement in industry


Strengthen TVET Sector through public-private partnership


Maintain Labor Market Information System


Registration and accreditation of institutes


Develop skill standards and curricula