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A Chinese Group Wants To Train Locals With Required Skills For CPEC:

Different opportunities are rising in Pakistan in the result of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), recently The St. Fulin Group of China offered Pakistan to open a vocational university or institute where students will be trained to get the required skills for the projects that CPEC is bringing to Pakistan. The institute will educate the student to get the maximum benefits from projects under the Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

 

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The Nation news reported that The St. Fulin Group of China offered Pakistan to open a vocational institute which will help the locals to full fill the increasing demands of skilled labour. The CPO at St. Fulin Group of China said that Pakistan has already different quality educational institute, but there is a gap in technical training which we want to full fill. He further stated that on this topic we are in touch with the Pakistan Government officials embassy of Pakistan in Beijing and hoping that they will cooperate with us in this matter.

The CPO of also informed about that they have established a permanent office in Pakistan. And they are working with the Chinese education ministry and is affiliated with some vocational universities and institutes.

Further, she quoted that a delegation of two members coming to Pakistan more delegation members will join in the feature as well. They will have discussions with the concerned government officials that how China have achieved its goal by following its reforms and development strategy.

“Our group also intends to donate some training equipment and machinery to Pakistan and is looking forward to a positive response from Pakistani institutions which are interested in receiving it,” she added.

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