Superior University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission – NAVTTC – to facilitate the implementation of the Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Program.
Registrar, Superior University, Mr. Mudassar Kamran and Director General, NAVTTC, Mr. Mujeeb-Ur Rehman signed the document representing their respective organisations. Chaudhry Muhammad Akram Center for Entrepreneurship Development – CMACED – has played a pivotal role in this respect in accordance with Rector Superior University, Dr. Sumaira Rehman’s focus on establishing dynamic and long-term partnerships with public and private sector institutions to promote entrepreneurship, ensure student success, and contribute to building an economically Superior Pakistan.
Under this partnership, Superior has been allocated eight ( high-tech courses and an intake of 300 students. The project will also result in annual funding of up to 50 million PKR funding. Superior University has a longstanding commitment toward inculcating in-demand high-tech skills in youth to facilitate their capacity building and to ensure their employability.
The allocated courses on offer at Superior University under the Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Program include:
- Blockchain Programming
- Certificate in Oracle (ERP)
- Culinary Arts Professional Cooking
- Documentary and Film Making
- Game Developing and Modelling
- Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence
- Mobile Application Development
- Tourism and Hospitality