Under the mega project, CPEC, there is much demand for skilled workforce. To bridge the gap between supply and demand the CPEC Cultural Communications Centre has decided to offer technical and vocational training to students in the country. These training will be offered on a basis of scholarship and will be called the Talent Corridor Scheme.
Through this initiative people of Pakistan will be able to acquire useful skills that will in turn help them make the most of the CPEC project. Around 1000 students will be able to benefit from this training program.
The training program under CPEC Cultural Communications Centre will learn in various fields such as machine operations, outer space and high-speed train technology, hydro-power and more. The program will start in November this year.