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CM Advisor on Industries visited SRSP’s Technical Center

Advisor to the Chief Minister on Industries and Secretary Industries KPK visited SRSP-Technical & Vocational Center. The objective of the visit was to brief the honorable guests on SRSP’s portfolio, its outreach and partnerships with the Government and other stake holders across KPK and FATA. The Chief Executive Officer, SRSP briefed the distinguished guests on SRSP’s overall portfolio and achievements in the province and FATA. The visitors also saw various training facilities at the center followed by a brief presentation on technical and vocational trainings programs of SRSP by Manager TVC. The honorable guests appreciated the facilities established at the training center and suggested to introduce advanced level courses for the upcoming CPEC interventions in KPK
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