TEVTA holds farewell ceremony for employee who served 35 years
Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority TEVTA arranged a retirement ceremony in honour of the retiring superintendent on completion of his 35 years of service at the institution, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
TEVTA CEO Rai Manzoor Nasir arranged a ceremony in honour of outgoing employee Babar Sultan who served the government organization for over three decades.
According to the press release issued, it is for the first time in two decades that TEVTA arranged a ceremony like this for the outgoing employee.
TEVTA convoy consisting three vehicles escorted the Babar Sultan to his residence on his last day of service and gifts were presented to him also.
Babar Sultan’s promotion that was looming for the last two years was also solved by the efforts of the TEVTA CEO and now Babar was promoted in grade-17 and retired.
In the ceremony, TEVTA DG Shiraz Khan Lodhi, Director Ahmed Sohaib, Amir Afzal Catha, Muhammad Mukhtar, Mushtaq Ahmed, and others participated.
Earlier, Chairperson TEVTA Ali Salman Chaired a virtual meeting with top technologists and IT experts to discuss the high-tech courses for youth in Pakistan.
TEVTA Chairperson briefed about the success of the E-Learning program at TEVTA. Meeting participants gave useful input regarding future demand programs & their placement opportunities were appreciated by chairperson TEVTA to introduce an end-to-end solution-based skill ecosystem in TEVTA Punjab.