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Social Policy Research Unit (SPRU)
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MISSION & CONCEPT
The initiative aims to empower female beneficiary or her nominee through acquiring a skill; become economically independent by acquiring vocational training through dynamic and integrated technical education and vocational training service. The vocational training sector encompasses both a recognized training format that leads to the development of a certificate-based skill, and a non-recognized training such as in-house or product-based training under the BISP framework. Subsequently, it will lead towards capacity building and professional development.
Marshall meaning full vocational training in the public and private sector institutes for eligible BISP beneficiaries.
Facilitate employment in the potential organizations.
To increase economic opportunities for illiterate \ semi-literate and educated BISp nominees for poverty reduction.
Establish market driven training program in selected Public and Private Institutions
To provide demand driven and performance based skill training to 150,000 youth i.e. 150,000 each year (2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15) under Benazir Bhutto Income Support Program. (BISP)
To provide trained workforce to the industry for better productivity and enterprise competitiveness.
Established data bank of skill worker.
Pre-Qualification / Contract Sign
Criteria/Standards for Quality Assurance
Criteria/ Standards for Accreditation
Doctrines/ Manuals/ Guidelines
Developing Internal Quality Assurance System through MIS of BISP.
Contracts/Agreements have been signed with 46 Training Providers, in Punjab and Sindh
Total 236 Training Institutes/Centres are on-board in Sindh and Punjab having overall enrolment capacity of 71190 trainees
Training has been started in 17 institutes of Punjab and Sindh.
Inspection/evaluation of institutes in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Quetta is complted.
NLC Mandra Institute has started training from 13th January 2012.
Training was started on 2nd February, 2012 in University of Agriculture, Faislabad
Rangers Training Institute, Rahim Yar Khan and Rangers Training Institute, Lahore both are in process of enrolment of BISP trainees.
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