Gwadar to get first Pak-China technical training institute by December 2021: Jam
Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan on Sunday announced that the construction work on Pak-China Technical and Vocational Training Institute would be completed by December 2021 in the port city of Gwadar with a total cost of Rs 2 billion.
In a Twitter message, the Chief Minister informed the masses that the project was being built under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in the port city. He said the project was aimed at creating a state-of-the-art vocational and technical training institute in Gwadar. "The project will enhance skills of the local population of Gwadar to participate in the growth of the Port City and bring investment, business and tourism to the area," the CM said.
The Institute, he said would help to fulfill maritime skilled manpower requirements of the Gwadar Port after the development of industrial projects including the Gwadar Port Free Zone, Export Processing Zone, and other industrial and port-related projects.
The Institute would comprise the main building, two blocks, an administration block, four workshops, cafeteria, hostels, parking areas, an examination block, and a teachers lodging facility, he told.