Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh

Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping
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Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh

Skilled Labour Market Informatio n/ Placement System Based on Skill Mapping (Province/ District wise)
A Consultancy Project

Skill Mapping Report of District Toba Tek Singh

Developed By:

MULTILINE Group
Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping
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2 1. 1 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 12 12 13 13 13 1.2 Geography and Climate 2.3 Climate data for Sialkot.8 Transport 2.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh TABLE OF CONTENTS Ch .4 1.3 1. Dry Port & Export Processing Zone 2. No .1 Sialkot 2.8.9 Educational Institutions Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping 1|Page .1 Sialkot International Airport 2.7 Analysis of Data INTRODUCTION OF SIALKOT 2.4 Government 2.6 Important Sites 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT 1.1 Objectives of the Consultancy 1.2 Sialkot Dry Port 2.8. Pakistan 2.5 1.5 Demography 2.6 2 Methodology Population Sample Size Research Instruments Data Collection Contents Pag e No.7.

1.7 Government Contribution in Surgical Instrument Industries Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping 1|Page 4 16 16 18 18 18 18 19 19 19 20 20 20 22 22 22 22 23 23 23 23 24 25 26 26 26 27 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 31 31 31 31 31 32 5 .3 Locally Products Available in Sialkot 5.2.2.2 SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 5.2.7 ISO 9000 3.13 Leather Sports Items 5.1 Surgical Industries in Sialkot 5.2.2.2 Demand and Immense Popularity 5.2 Manpower Availability 4.2.5 Traditional Crafts 4.5 Increase the Productivity & Unchallenged Quality of Surgical Instruments 5.1.2.1.6Modern Wood Working Machines 5.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh 3 ECONOMY OF SIALKOT 3.3 Chief Competitors of Sialkot Surgical Industry 5.4 Per Capita Income 3.1 Prominence of Sialkot Goods 5.9 Quality and Durability of the Sports Goods 5.1.2.1.2 Industrial Background 3.1.2.2.1 SPORTS GOODS INDUSTRY 5.4 Industrial Estate 4.4 Quality & Latest Equipment Installed 5.1.12 High Quality of Balls & Sports Bats 5.6 Quality of Export Goods 3.4Pioneer Sports Industry 5.2.7 Services for Leather Sports Goods 5. Technologies Available in Sialkot 4.1 Economy and Industry 3.3 Women Vocational Trades available in Sialkot 4.14Racket 5.7 Statistics of Key Industrial Units 4.1.11 Great Demand for semi-processed Hockey Blades of Mulberry 5.6 Entrepreneur Profile 4.1.1.1.1.1.8 Labour Force INDUSTRIAL PROFILE OF SIALKOT 5.10 Joint Venture with the International Companies 5.8 Export to International Countries 5.2 Local Entrepreneurs Takes the Reward 5.4 Commerce Education in Sialkot 4.6 Serious Problem Existence & Freedom 5.1.1.1 Total population of the District 4.3 Total Export of Sialkot 3.8 Key Business Sector Opportunities AVAILABLE TVET INFRASTRUCTURE 4.1.3 Social Infrastructurel Facilites 4.5Exported Award from the British Empire 5.2. Trades Available in Sialkot 4.5 Entrepreneur Profile 3.15 Exports of Sports Goods 5.

2 Employers responses regarding shortage of qualified skilled workers 6.6 TENTS AND CANVAS 5.7 HOSIERY & KNITWEAR 5.2.5.2.4 Figure 6.2 Table 6.4 Table 6.6 Table 6.3 Table 6.11 Import of Machinery free of Custom Duty 5.1 Table 6.2.2.3 LEATHER INDUSTRY 5.11 ELECTRO-PLATING INDUSTRY 5.1 Figure 6.2.5 Table 6.8 Demands of Foreign Buyers 5.9 CARPET INDUSTRY 5.12 Emerged with Industries Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh 32 32 33 33 33 33 35 36 36 36 37 37 38 38 38 39 39 39 39 40 40 40 41 41 41 42 42 42 43 43 44 44 44 45 6 5.2 Figure 6.10 RUBBER GOODS INDUSTRY 5.8 DETERGENTS 5.4 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 5.3 Employers responses regarding comparison of recently hired skilled worker with non-qualified current workforce 6.3 Figure 6.1 Analysis and Interpretation of data collected through questionnaires 6.5 Figure 6.5 Effect of measures taken by TEVTA in promotion of job market 6.5 CUTLERY & STAINLESS UTENSILS 5.6 Figure Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping 2|Page .10 Role of Labor Intensive 5.9 Raw Material Imported 5.12 LABOUR DATA ANALYSIS & SKILL MAPPINGIN OF SIALKOT 6.6 Satisfaction and relevance of job with certificate/ diploma/ Degree 6.4 Industry responses regarding willingness to extend cooperation towards TVET institutions 6.

8 Figure 6.12 Colleges/ Institutes Identified 7 CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATIONS 7.6 RECOMMENDATIONS 7.9 Figure 6.7 Figure 6.10 Trades/ Skills identified through Gap Analysis Method 6.7 Faculty responses regarding suggestions to meet market 45 demand 6.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh 6.9 Table 6.2 SPORTS GOODS MANUFACTURING SECTOR 7.4 OTHER IMPORTANT MANUFACTURING SECTORS 7.8 Table 6.8 Percentage of responses of Academicians about trades/ Skills in Sialkot 6.1 SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS MANUFACTURING SECTOR 7.7 Employment Opportunities REFERENCES & CONTACT INFORMATION (Annexure I) NON-MANUFACTURING SECTORS AVAILABLE EMPLOYMENT (ANNEXURE II) SKILL SETS OF IDENTIFIED TECHNOLOGY/ TRADES (ANNEXURE III) RESPONSES RECEIVED FROM ACADEMIA & INDUSTRY (ANNEXURE IV) PICTURE GALLARY (ANNEXURE V) 46 46 46 47 48 48 49 49 50 51 51 52 53 53 54 55 55 56 56 59 60 61 64 90 97 FOR Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping 3|Page .11 Popular Existing Trades 6.9 Percentage responses of the Industrialists in the area 6.3 LEATHER GOODS & GLOVES MANUFACTURING SECTOR 7.10 Table 6.5 MISCELLANEOUS SECTORS 7.10 Figure 6.7 Table 45 6.

TEVTA has three types of institutes’ i. Laying this foundation is the core challenge. Punjab remains the economic hub of Pakistan. envisioned to a detailed Skill Labour Market Information System. the rest of Pakistan and it has 5 cities with over 1 million inhabitants. By increasing the human capital available. employment and other policies. since last couple of years. Technical and Vocational in all the 36 districts of the province of Punjab. Employment is the economic foundation of any country. which will consequently be beneficial for both the industry and the graduates of TEVTA. Therefore. Employment remains only an aspiration for millions of people. but should go hand-in-hand with economic.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Technical Education & Vocational Training is an indispensable ingredient of development of a nation’s economy. Pakistan is one of the few countries of the world. appropriate vocational-technical programs also contribute to the overall development of the economy. The management of TEVTA. In Pakistan. TEVTA is working to enhance global competitiveness in Punjab. The province has substantial latent potential that is yet to be exploited. which becomes more useful after proper training and knowledge of various skills. or employment that does not provide the chance to escape poverty. Central Asia and East Asia. Access to work that provides adequate income is the evident route to overcome poverty. Commercial. dynamic and integrated technical education and vocational training system. The province also has a growing domestic market . poverty has accelerated at very high level. poverty alleviation and economic development are only possible if provision of jobs at the end of training is considered an integral part of Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . which has a vast majority of people between the ages of twenty to thirty in the overall population. growth in income. They provide individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the labour market and help meet employers’ needs for trained workers essential to business survival and expansion. we now face in Pakistan. Education and training cannot alone address this challenge. frustrated by the reality of rising unemployment.Punjab’s population density is more than 3½ times. “unemployment” is becoming a colossal issue for policy makers. This age group is a good Human Resource asset. through a quality and productive workforce by developing a demand driven. Punjab has geographical boundaries with other three provinces and lies at the heart of communication/logistic arteries and trade routes into the Middle East. Moreover.e. The scope of this assignment focuses that a well-designed and competently delivered vocational-technical programs serve important purposes in any economy. and the standard of living. standardized.

District Profile of Industries.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District vocational training and this can simply be guaranteed by having an efficient and effective placement system and the mechanism in place. Designing a New Placement System. The scope of the assignment includes: To develop a placement mechanism that ensures 100% employment shall involve the following broad phases: 1. there are several emerging employment opportunities but at the same time finding work relevancy to the attained skills is becoming difficult. 2. Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Reviewing the Existing Placement System. which are operational in the target areas and further projects that might be implemented in the near future need to be assessed for devising an improved state-of-the-art training regime that complements an effective placement system. The main objectives of this study include: Development of an effective placement system that is complemented by career counseling at the micro-level. An effective placement cell should not simply focus on getting graduates jobs but ensure the matching of skills with the nature of work. employers also complain on the availability of relevant skills. using sources such as the Labour Force Survey. The number of industries. Federal Bureau of Statistics. The new Page 2 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . Matching of skills with the nature of work is necessary to reduce redundancy rates and to promote on the job learning. In addition to job seekers. 3. Economic Surveys to analyze the different sectors available for placement. Therefore it is imperative to develop an efficient placement system that facilitates both job seekers and employers. Simple questionnaires will be used to interview key stakeholders. Reviewing the Manpower Demand. Secondary data will be accessed. The courses and trainings offered to the students must be developed and designed in accordance with the existing and future demand for a placement system to ensure 100% employment of graduates. This phase will include discussion with employers and workers. After a thorough review of the existing system and the labour market a strategic plan will be devised to develop a placement mechanism that ensures that TEVTA graduates get jobs pertaining to their skills. This will be done by focusing on key performance indicators that are available with TEVTA and its comprehensive analysis. With the current boom in the economy.

Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District placement system will also incorporate a career counseling mechanism. data collection and its analysis parameters. the enrolment details in these institutes are also depicted in this chapter. economy of said district is discussed in detail. which reflects the responses of research instruments and outcome of Skill mapping exercise through responses of Academia. which provides historical background as well as current picture of Sialkot’s lifestyle and trends. we have done a detailed needs assessment survey of District Sialkot in order to identify the sector wise skilled workforce needs specifically for District Sialkot only. Tent & Canvas. research instruments. This study was conducted on special demand by the TEVTA management to visit the above cited district and prepare a model report for the same. Cutlery & Stainless Utensils. Moreover. which comprises the objective of the study. Chapter 06 contains the Data analysis and Skill Mapping of district Sialkot. Electro-plating and Labour sectors are depicted elaborately. In which Sports Good. In Chapter 03. Chapter 04 comprises available manpower and existing TVET infrastructure in detail. Surgical instrument. Lather. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . Rubber goods. methodology. While these phases are generally sequential. In this report. The introduction and background of District Sialkot are discussed in Chapter 02. the first two can be conducted at the same time. Musical instruments. The industrial profile of Sialkot district is discussed in Chapter 05. Industry and graduates including the technology/ trades identification in the course of gap analysis method while Chapter 07 being the crux of the whole report represents conclusions and recommendations for the implementation of new/ identified skills in District Sialkot. Carpet. In this report. the introduction of the project is discussed in Chapter 01. Hosiery & Knitwear. Detergents.

or want to work. which has a vast majority of people between the ages of twenty to thirty in the overall population. Skill shortages may also be restricted to particular geographic locations. A skill is an ability to perform a productive task at a certain level of competence (Australia’s Education Committee. but unable to demonstrate a broader range of competencies required by employers. Skills availability is influenced by a range of supply-side factors including structural issues (for example. Employment remains only an aspiration for millions of people. There are two kinds of skill shortages: quantitative and qualitative. in a particular occupation. the availability of many computerized machine operators is a major concern for textile industry in Gujranwala. we now face in Pakistan. programs and stakeholder actions to more effectively respond to the complexities of skilled workforce demand and supply. Employment is the economic foundation of any country. which becomes more useful after proper training and knowledge of various skills. ONE INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT Technical Education & Vocational Training is an indispensable ingredient of development of a nation’s economy. The challenge we are facing in Punjab is to find the right mix of policies. Skill shortage occurs when the demand for a particular skill is greater than the supply of qualified persons in a particular skill in an occupation. Poor management practices at the firm level can influence graduate retention rates. Laying this foundation is the core challenge. This age group is a good Human Resource asset. Technical skills are associated with a qualification acquired through formal education and training. A critical first step in addressing this challenge is improving the quality of information available to TEVTA and other stakeholders to support effective decision making. Quantitative shortages occur when there is a shortage of people who have the necessary skills described in the occupation. an ageing workforce and changing attitudes to work. or employment that does not provide the chance Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 .Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District CHAPTER NO. Qualitative shortages occur when there is a deficiency in the skill-set of the people who are working. frustrated by the reality of rising unemployment. Professionals in many occupations may be technically well qualified. for example. An important determinant of Pakistan’s ability to achieve improvements in its standard of living in an increasingly competitive and knowledge intensive global environment will be the availability of adequate numbers of skilled professionals. 2005). Pakistan is one of the few countries of the world. An individual can also acquire skills through various forms of informal learning and on the job training and experience.

technical and commercial in all the 36 districts of the province of Punjab. TEVTA has three types of institutes i. employment and other policies. standardized. 1. In Pakistan. TEVTA is working to enhance global competitiveness in Punjab. appropriate vocational-technical programs also contribute to the overall development of the economy. commercial. envisioned to a detailed Skill Labour Market Information System. By increasing the human capital available. The management of TEVTA. Development of a database/website on Labour Market Information System 2. They provide individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the labour market and help meet employers’ needs for trained workers essential to business survival and expansion. Central Asia and East Asia. which will consequently be beneficial for both the industry and the pass-outs of TEVTA. Punjab has geographical boundaries with other three provinces and lies at the heart of communication/logistic arteries and trade routes into the Middle East. poverty has accelerated at very high level. The province also has a growing domestic market .Punjab’s population density is more than 3½ times the rest of Pakistan and it has 5 cities with over 1 million inhabitants. education and training cannot alone address this challenge. To conduct survey based 36 district wise Skill Mapping studies of the Punjab Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . and the standard of living. since last couple of years.e. “unemployment” is becoming a colossal issue for policy makers. but should go hand-in-hand with economic. growth in income. The scope of this assignment focuses that a well-designed and competently delivered vocational-technical programs serve important purposes in any economy. Moreover. The province has substantial latent potential that is yet to be exploited.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District to escape poverty. through a quality and productive workforce by developing a demand driven. Punjab remains the economic hub of Pakistan. Access to work that provides adequate income is the evident route to overcome poverty. Therefore. dynamic and integrated technical education and vocational training system.1 Objectives of the Consultancy: The overall objective is to establish Skill Labour Market Information / Placement System based on Skill Mapping (Provincial/District wise): 1. poverty alleviation and economic development are only possible if provision of jobs at the end of training is considered an integral part of vocational training and this can simply be guaranteed by having an efficient and effective placement system and the mechanism in place.

Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 3. To develop Placement System based on Skill-Mapping at provincial/district level. 4. 6. Identify weak links between industry and TEVTA and provide online accessibility 5. To develop Labour Market Information System in TEVTA. To present a set of recommendations for the revision of curricula as per international standards in the light of district wise skill mapping reports. To evaluate the TEVTA training set-up with reference to emerging human resource needs. 7.

1. 117 Academic staff members from TEVTA Institutes/ Colleges. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Data were collected through personal visits of industries and TEVTA institutions in Distract Sialkot. The sample size and sample design of industry and beneficiary surveys will be developed after the availability of the pre requisite information from TEVTA. there are 10 TEVT Institutes/ colleges in district Jhang. 73 Employers/ Representatives from industry. In addition to this. 1. other for academic staff members and a group discussion schedule for students) were developed keeping in mind all the aspects regarding skill mapping.6 Data Collection: For the purpose of the data collection. In Industry survey one stage sampling will be adopted in it.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 1. Initially the instruments were developed by the MULTILINE Group team members and the same were finalized in a meeting with TEVTA officials. 1. III.2 Methodology: The sampling frame for the institution level survey is available from the directory of TEVTA institutions. All the provinces of Punjab will be covered through census. The third stake holders Students are selected from different institutes for group discussion. It is imperative for the MULTILINE Group’s technical team to acquire the list of functional industries from TEVTA to develop the sampling frame. Some selected employer/industry owners (15) and academic staff members (30) were interviewed to corroborate and to fill the gaps of data collected through questionnaires.3 Population: We almost took respondents from each major sector.4 Sample Size: The sample consisted of: I. 24 (Three Focus-Group-Discussions). For Beneficiary surveys for currently studying and graduates. II. 1. MULTILINE Group consulted the officials of TEVTA and Sialkot Chamber of Commerce.5 Research Instruments: Three separate research instruments (one for employers/ representatives. which were represented by the Institute Heads/ Academic Staff. stratified district wise random sampling will be used.

Tables were generated by calculating simple percentages of responses. In this report. It will also ensure that we are maximising the outcomes from investment in Technical skills accumulation.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 1.7 Analysis of Data: The data were analyzed through Microsoft Excel and Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). Chapter 06 deals with representation and analysis of data. and facilitate a shift from the current ad hoc arrangements to a more coordinated national approach to professional workforce planning and policy development. This Skill Mapping will provide the data and research necessary to better managing the supply and demand for Technical and Vocational skills. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . we have done a detailed skill mapping survey of district Sialkot in order to identify the sector wise skilled workforce needs specifically for District Sialkot.

621.2 Toba Tek Singh was developed by the British toward the end of the 18th Century when a canal system was built. Singh a kind hearted man served water and provided shelter to the worn out and thirsty travelers passing by a small pond ("TOBA" in Punjabi) which eventually was called Toba Tek Singh.000/km2 (647.1 Origins of Name The town and district is named after a Sikh religious figure Tek Singh. Toba Tek Singh ‫ضلع ٹوبہ ٹیک سنگھ‬ 2.Total .1 is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located between 30°33' to 31°2' Degree north latitudes and 72°08' to 72°48' Degree longitudes. People from all over the Punjab (currently Indian and Pakistani Punjab) moved there as farmlands Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 British Raj .2.497/sq mi) PST (UTC+5) 3 2.[citation needed]toba tek singh is one of the best place in Pakistan 2.2 History 2.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District CHAPTER TWO INTRODUCTION OF TOBA TEK SINGH Toba Tek Singh District Location of TTS in Punjab. Legend has it that Mr. and the surrounding settlement acquired the same name. Country Province Capital Established Population (2009) .Density Time zone District Council Number ofTehsils Pakistan Punjab Toba Tek Singh {{{established_date}}} 1.2. There is also a park here named after the Sardar Tek Singh.593 250.

Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District were allotted to them. the floods originate from theRavi River that runs along the southern and southeastern borders.7 lakhs. an important grain market on the Wazirabad-Khanewal branch of the NorthWestern Railway. which is very fertile in the east of the tahsil. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan the population was 805. But also Urdu speaks in city. with an area of 865 square miles (2.5 Education Toba Tek Singh has a very high literacy rate counted amongst the top 25 cities of Pakistan. 2. 2. 200. becomes sandy towards the west. Punjab. the head-quarters. The population in 1906 was 148. The boundaries of the tahsil were somewhat modified at the time of the formation of the new District of Lyallpur".4 Language Punjabi Language is the most spoken language. lying between 30°50' and 31°23' N. The conference left a great impact on political history of Pakistan and led to Land reforms taken place in Bhutto Era.39 million. Most of the people who migrated there belonged to Lahore.T. The soil.240 km2). Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 .984. and 72° 20' and 72°54' E.979 were non-Muslim (mainly Christian and Sikh).874). 1970 Historical Kissan Conference. 2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India described the tehsil of Toba Tek Singh as follows: "Tahsil of the new Lyallpur District. 2. The tahsil consists of a level plain.601 were Muslim and 284. 520. including Toba Tek Singh (population.2. • Govt Municipal Degree College Toba Tek Singh • Govt PST college Kamalia. The land revenue and cesses in 1905-6 amounted to 4. The Pre-partition T.589). According to the 2008 estimate the population had risen to 1. 1. Toba Tek Singh remained one of the very few cities to maintain its original name mainly because of reputation of Tek Singh. In 1982 Toba Tek Singh.3 After Independence During 1970's. wholly irrigated by the Chenab Canal. it has many good Educational Institutes.Singh had a sizeable Sikh population which migrated to Indian Punjab in 1947.Hoshiarpur districts.. when many Pakistani cities were renamed to change names given after British Rulers to their original or native names or more acceptable names to local population like Montgomery was renamed to its old original name Sahiwal. Jalandhar. It contains 342 villages.000 Kissans (peasants) and progressive people from whole country gathered in Toba Tek Singh. formerly a subdivision.580 of this. and GOJRA (2. was separated from Faisalabad District and became a separate district.3 Demography Toba Tek Singh is located in central Punjab and occupies 3252 square kilometres and is made up of large areas of lowlands that flood frequently during the rainy season.

2 Localities Major residential areas within Toba Tek Singh are: • Housing Colony No. Toba Tek Singh Train Station 2. Gojra . Kamalia Allama Iqbal College Gojra. Chenab College. The park comprises beautiful plantation. Berkeley Public High School. Sports Stadium: Sports stadium was built a Five years ago under the supervision of the district government and aptly caters to the health needs of local people. Citizens of Toba Tek Singh find the forest park a rejuvenating reprieve and visit it in large numbers.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District • • • • • • • • • • • Govt College of commerence in Toba Tek Singh. and tiled pathways. It is located on Jhang Road at a distance of approximately 1 Km from the old “Chungi”. National College. recreational facilities for children. vast play grounds. Sports events are regularly held over here and public participation in these events at massive level proves the importance of sports in the lives of citizens of Toba Tek Singh.1 • Housing Colony No. and 2.2 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .1 Important Places Manzoor Elahi Forest Park: A forest park with the name of Manzoor Elahi Forest Park has been established by the Government of Punjab for the citizens of Toba Tek Singh. Nips College Punjab College Islamia College Sultan Foundation Girls Boys Higher Secondery School CollegeToba Tek Singh. IBM Toba Tek Singh. Shiblee College Gojra.

1 Culture of Toba Tek Singh Martial traditions. 2.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District • • • • • • • • • • • • • Iqbal Nagar Islam Pura New Islam Pura Gulberg Garden Town Green Town Millat Town Fatima Town Mohala Eid Gah Mustafa Abad Tufail Nagar raja park Zia Colony 2. Women generally cover their heads.2 Administration The district of Toba Tek Singh three tehsils and 82 Union Council: Name of Tehsil is administratively No of Unions subdivided into Gojra 24 Kamalia 26 Toba Tek Singh 32 Total 82 The district is represented in the provincial assembly by elected MPAs who represent the following constituencies: Constitu ency MPA Party seven PP-84 Ch. and religion form the basis of culture. Dress commonly consists of a long shirt and shalwar. trousers or lungi (unstitched cloth tied around the waist in place of trousers) and turban.Bilal Asghar Warraich Pakistan Muslim League (Q) Page 1 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . rural romanticism.

Jutt. Gujjar.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Constitu ency MPA Party PP-85 Haji Muhammad Ishaq Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians PP-86 Neelam Jabbar Chaudhary Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians PP-87 Lieutenant Colonel (R) Sardar Muhammad Ayub Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khan Gadhi PP-88 Begum Nazia Raheel Pakistan Muslim League (N) PP-89 Makhdoom Syed Ali Raza Shah Pakistan Muslim League (N) PP-90 Mian Muhammad Rafique Pakistan Muslim League (N) Until the year 2000. malik. when the Divisions of Pakistan were abolished. Bloch. Toba Tek Singh and Jhang districts were part of Faisalabad Division (this included Faisalabad District. Syed.1 Tribes & clans Arain. Major towns in Toba Tek Singh District are: • Gojra • Kamalia • Pirmahal • Rajana • Sandhilianwali • Toba Tek Singh 2. Gadhi (tribe) Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Rehmani. Rajput.

a careful study based on bagasse. there are a number of power looms units. bed wear and durries.1 DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING INDUSTRIES1 There are about 156 large. which reflect very good prospect for textile processing unit. sugar mills.2INDUSTRY The major industrial units of district are 2 Sugar Mills and 5 Textile Spinning Mills. 1 Directory of Industrial Establishments Punjab Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . medium and some small industrial units in the district.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District CHAPTER THREE ECONOMY OF TOBA TEK SINGH 3. NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 INDUSTRY Cotton Ginning Pressing Agricultural Implements Cold Storage Flour Mills Poultry Feed Rice Mills Sizing of Yam Leather Footwear Textile Spinning Vermicellies Bicycle Parts Drugs Pharmaceutical Sugar Chip/Straw Board Marble Industry Power Generation Sanitary Fitting Soap / Detergent Sweets & NO. Besides. hosiery. wheat straw. However. Industry-wise installed capacity of major industrial units is given in table below: SR. in the district. forest resources. etc. OF UNITS 36 20 14 13 13 12 12 11 5 3 2 & 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3. waste paper and imported wood pulp may reflect a feasible prospect for a paper and board mills.

however. Poultry Farm Equipment. PVC foot Wear. local national / international demand. Electrical Accessories. "therefore. 3.1DEMAND BASED INDUSTRIES In view of general localized requirements of district Toba Tek Singh and existing industrial pattern. industrial units.2 COMMUNICATION NET-WORK a) Road-Links. skilled labour. Steel Doors and Windows. Jhang and Khanewal districts through metalled roads.4LIST OF IDENTIFIED PROJECTS Following projects have been identified for investment in district:   Bed-Wear Cattle/Sheep/Goat Fattening Farm Dairy Farms Durries   Egg Yolk Powder          Electrical Accessories Fruit Juice/Citrus Concentrate Poultry Processing Unit Paper and Board Mill Poultry Farm Equipment Plastic Flush Tanks Rice\ Husk Briquettes Hosiery RCC Pipes/Girders/Slabs Straw Board Solvent Oil Extraction      Steel Doors / Windows Tannery Textile Spinning Mills Vegetable Dehydration Wire-Gauze Weaving 3. The district has metalled road-length of 1854. it is advisable that detailed feasibility of industrial project must be carried out before making final decision for investment. there exists good prospects for Straw Board. The district is linked with Faisalabad. Page 2 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . yet the entire success depends upon the investors / entrepreneurs and the capabilities of the personnel having the managerial control.74 Kilometres. b) Rail-Links.3FUTURE INDUSTRIAL POTENTIAL Keeping in view the availability of raw-material. future industrial potential of district Toba T'ek Singh is discussed hereunder:It would. Wire Gauze Weaving. 3. etc.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 3. be kept in mind that though the above mentioned factors facilitate the success of any industrial unit. Plastic Flush Tanks. RCC Pipes / Girders / Slabs.

Singh Gojra 546 29 389 20 4 2 2 1 4 3 4 3 114 75 Kamalia Total 467 19 1402 68 3 9 1 4 4 11 5 12 72 261 3. 3.3TELE-COMMUNICATION FACILITIES.2NATURAL GAS AVAILABILITY. • Foreign investors are permitted to hold 100% of the equity of industrial projects without any permission of the Government.5INDUSTRIAL ESTATE. PRIMARY /COLLEGEHOSPITALPOLICE POSTBANKS MIDDLE / HIGH SCHOOL RAILWAY STATIONSTATIONSOFFICE T. 3.1POWER SUPPLY.4SOCIAL INFRA-STRUCTURAL FACILITIES.T. At present there is no industrial estate in the district. Social infra-structural facilities available in the district are given in Table below on Tehsil – Wise basis. 3.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District The district is linked with Faisalabad and Khanewal through railway network. 3.6 DRY PORT. There is no Dry Port in the district. • No prior Government sanction is required for establishment of an industry outside Ex-Municipal Territorial Limit of Town Committee / Municipal Corporation irrespective of its cost and size except the following covered under schedule `C 2 Punjab Development Statistics 2009 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . 3.7INDUSTRIAL POLICY. There are 39 telephone exchanges operating in the district (ranging in capacity from 50 lines to 4500 lines). There are 12 grid stations in the district (ranging in capacity from 66 KV to 132 KV). Cellular phone services are available in the district. Natural gas is available in Toba Tek Singh. SOCIAL INFRA-STRUCTURAL FACILITIES2 SOCIAL INFRA-STRUCTURAL FACILITIES TEHSII. Kamalia and Gojra Tehsils 3.

6. 5. c. 2. 1 No industrial unit mentioned in Schedule-A of the notification No. High Explosives. b. dated 30.00 million shall be set up within Kms ) of 10 miles (16 international border. ecology or any other law / rules for the time being in force. dated (Vol- 06. without prior permission of the Provincial Government.09. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . e. d.2006. The Government reserves the right to refuse establishment / enhancement of any industrial undertaking which is in contravention of the public interest. AEA-III-3-5/2003 III). Arms & Ammunition. 100.2002 or industrial unit exceeding a total cost of Rs. Radio Active Substances. 3. AEA- 111-4-3-9/91. "no new sugar mill shall be setup and no enlargement in capacity of the existing sugar mills is allowed in the Province". No industrial unit shall be set up in areas affected by flood flowing transversely in the strip of one mile of either side across the Grand Trunk Road from Shahdara Town to Muridke Town. Each district Government may declare "negative area" for industry. No industrial unit mentioned in Schedule 'C' of this Notification shall be set up any where in the Punjab without prior approval of the Government. 4.1 2. Alcoholic Beverages or Liquors. Security Printing Currency & Mint.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District a. According to the notification No. Such "negative area" be determined by a District Committee after consultation with all stake-holders in light of general policy guidelines to be issued by the Industries Department and exemptions allowed under Schedule 'B' of this Notification.

• The Housing and Construction Sector has also been declared as industry (Finance Division Notification No. The District Govt.129/99-INV-IV dated 2"d August 1999. 2008. Computer Software and Information Technology (IT) have declared as Industry.1999. the Government of Pakistan has enacted a new the Income Tax Ordinance 2001. I.(1) Plant. Govt. Machinery and equipment installed by any industrial undertaking setup in specified rural and under developed areas. and owned and managed by a company shall be allowed first year allowance in lieu of initial Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . 3(2)/97-INV-IV dated 05. by the Industries Department. In pursuance of the Clause 4 of the Location Policy Notified on 30-09-2002. The Section "23A" is reproduced below:- "First year allowance . of the Punjab is required for setting up new Industries. been Declaration of Negative Areas.12 Declaration of specified Positive Areas.T. No industrial unit shall be established where proper effluent disposal arrangements are not available at the site to the satisfaction of the District Government.04. 8.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 7. • In accordance with Government notification No. up within No industrial unit mentioned in schedule `A' & `C' shall be set II urban areas. 3. NOC from Environment Protection Department.1999 and 04.05. T. No industrial unit shall be established in the radius of five kilometre of l food area located in Tehsil Kamalia . 4. • Tourism has been given the status of industry in accordance with Ministry of Industries & Production Circular No. dated 10(10)/IF- 07. Government of the Punjab. 4.Singh has declared the following negative areas:1. section "23A" in Vide the Finance Act.06. The Government may relax any of the provisions of this notification in case of a particular unit or industry or class of units or industries. I1/98. No industrial unit shall be set up within the villages: if the proposed site of the industrial unit is located as such at unreasonable distance as may cause nuisance to the nearby residential localities.1997. 2.

100% Repatriation of capital & Profits. No sales tax on input goods including electricity & gas bills. 9. Gojra Toba Road Bye Pass.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District allowance under Section 23 at the rate specified in Part 11 of the third schedule against the cost of the "eligible depreciable assets" put to use after July 151.Singh has identified and approved the following specified positive areas for setting up industrial undertakings:Tehsil Specified positive Areas Toba Tek I.2008. shall mutatis mutandis purpose of sub. Gojra Pensara Road. equipment & material. 3. 3. 8. S. 4. 6. Singh 2. Gojra Dijkot Road. 3. Pakistan 7. Duty free imports of machinery. 2. After 5 yearsof use. The Federal Government may notify "Specified areas" for the thereof. vehicles can be disposed off in domestic market on payment o duty on depreciated value.section( I )" In pursuance of the above mentioned notification District Government T. Defective goods/waste can be sold in domestic market af ter payment of applicable duties. 1.Gojra Summandri Road. (2) The provision of Section 23 except sub-sections (1) and (2). 2. Rajana Pir Mahal Road. Obsolete/old machinery can be sold in domestic market of after payment of applicable duties & taxes. apply.1 INCENTIVES FOR INVESTORS TO SETUP A UNIT IN EPZs. Gojra Mongi Road (State land available). Pir Mahal Sindhilianwali Road form 3-KM. Gojra 1. Domestic market of Pakistan available on same conditions as for imports from other countries. Rajana Sumandari Road form 10-KM. Foreign Exchange control regulation of Pakistan not applicable. No minimum or maximum limit for investment. 100% Ownership rights. 5. Freedom from National import restrictions. a) According to EPZs Authorities. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . Kamalia Pirmahal Road both sides (state land 2. 3. following incentives are available in the Export Processing Zones l. 4. maximum upto 3% of total value of export. 3.T.Toba Jhang Road both sides form 5-km to onward.Toba Shorkot Road from 6 h Km to onwrd . Duty free vehicle allowed under certain conditions. 1 l .7. Kamalia available). 10.

5. fax and 2. Units operating in EPZs can undertake sub-contracting for units of tariff area subject to payment of duty and taxes on value addition only. 6.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 12.KEY FEATURES. • It provides equal investment opportunities for both domestic and foreign investor . located in Export Processing Zones are eligible to participate in auction of quotas. 13. electricity. gas. • All economic sectors open for FDI. • No government sanction required. 3. telex. • The investment policy is liberal and business friendly as it has been designed in consultation with businessmen. secure and environmentally protected pollution free work area. Production oriented labour laws to be solely regulated by the Authority. Skilled & un-skilled labour available in abundance. b) Facilities to Investors for setting up a unit in EPZs of Pakistan. GSP concessions given by various countries to imports from Pakistan are available to the manufacturers in the zone. Only EPZA is authorized to collect Presumptive tax at the time of export of goods which would be final tax liability. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . infrastructure and social sectors . Dividends allowed. • Foreign investment on repatriable basis is allowed in all economic sector including manufacturing. telecommunication system are made available by EPZA. Peaceful. 3. outside the zone as well as within the zone. EPZ manufacturer will be treated at par with bonded manufacture tariff area for any future incentives to be announced for exporters. • Foreign investment in Agriculture projects allowed on joint-venture basis by associating minimum local equity of 40 °io. All infrasttuetural facilities like water. Inter-unit transfer of finished goods among exporting units allowed. One window service and simplified procedure.7. Sub-contracting without limit on variety and quantity is allowed 4. 17. Profits. • Remittance of Royalty. Relief from double taxation subject to bilateral agreement.2 General PAKISTAN'S INVESTMENT POLICY . EPZ units allowed to supply goods to Custom manufacturing bonds. The garment manufacturing units. investors and representative forums as well as the Multinational Companies (MN('s). 7. rs in 1.. • 100°/ 6 foreign equity allowed. agriculture. 15. 14. Technical & Franchise Fee. 16. S. service. Capital.

industries. Tariff and Tax Incentives • To keep Pakistan competitive in international tariff 5% customs duty has been allowed on import of plant and machinery.3 million. M odernization &R eplacem (B R in existing ent M ). ■ 0% duty on import of agriculture machinery. • Sales Tax 0% across the board. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . • 0% duty on import of raw material for export industry. (IDA) has been • Tax relief in shape of Initial Depreciation Allowance provided as 50% of machinery cost across the board.3 to S 0.15 million. • Tax relief has also been provided for expansion and Balancing. In Agriculture. which is not manufactured locally. infrastructure and social sectors. it is S 0.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District • Minimum foreign equity tier non-manufacturing including service sector has been reduced from $ 0.

Balancing. Regional Development Finance Corporation (RDFC).B). Following Financial Institutions in the country are providing various types of fixed investment industrial financing in the foreign and local currency to the industrial sector for establishment of new industrial units as well as for Expansion.. National Bank of Pakistan (NBP). National Development Leasing Corporation (NDLC). Pak-Libya Holding Company (PLHC). Pakistan Industrial Credit & Investment Corporation (PICIC).7. Page 1 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . Allied Bank of Pakistan Limited (ABP).). Muslim Commercial Bank ( M(. iii) }v} v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) Habib Bank Limited (HBI .3 INDUSTRIAL FINANCING FACILITIES. Modernization and Replacement (BMR) of existing industrial units within the frame-work of industrial/financial policies of the Government of Pakistan i) ii) Zarai Taragiyati Bank of Pakistan (ZTBP). Industrial Development Bank of Pakistan (IDBP). Saudi-Pak Industrial & Agricultural Investment Company (SAPICO).Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 3. Pak-Kuwait Investment Company (PKIC).

Modaraba Companies. The following are eligible for obtaining the loaning facility under its new programmes / schemes:- Manufacturing Industries ■ • • Service Industries Export Oriented Industries Import substitution industries I. xviii) SME Bank Ltd. Projects • • • Agro-based/Agro-support industries/ Food Processing Women Enterprises Artisans / Craftsmen & Women The salient features of the on-going schemes & those launched during 2008-09 are as under:- Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . Punjab Small Industries Corporation also extends financial assistance to the small/cottage industrial units. Punjab Small Industries Corporation is arranging financial assistance to Small & Cottage industries in the Province under its different programmes and schemes. Investment Banks are also providing financing facilities to the industrial sector.7.T.4 SALIENT FEATURES OF LOANING SCHEME OF PSIC. Besides the financial institutions mentioned above a number of Leasing Companies. PICIC Commercial Bank. United Bank Limited (UBL).Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District xiii) xiv) xv) xvi) Askari Commercial Bank. xvii) Union Bank. 3. Alflah Bank.

tommato. several pulses. onion.9LIVESTOCK Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . 3. The salient features of the schemes are as under:- 3. guava..Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Besides the corporation is also extending financial assistance for the purchase of new CNG Rickshaws and conversion of Diesel Buses into CNG Buses.cotton. peach. water melon. maze. It contribute towards export standard quality of orange produced in all Pakistan.8Agriculture productions District toba tek singh is one of the best producer of orange "locally known as kenno". eggs . mangos.majority of people living in this district have profession of agriculture and it produce several kind of agricultural and dairy products like meat. tobacco. mellon.

there are 765 Broilers farms. 439. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 .Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District As per Punjab Development Statistics 2009. The availability of hides and skins is estimated at 105000 pieces annually. Sheep and Goat was 273. 47 and 504 thousand heads respectively. 507 Layer farms and 3 Breeding farms having rearing capacity of 17869. As regards poultry. the population of Cattle. 3905 and 60 thousand birds respectively. Buffaloes.

welding.T.1Total population of the District: According to Punjab Development Statistics 2008. mainly focusing on the TEVTA institutions. there are 11 technical / commercial / vocational institutions imparting training in various trades e. labour trends and falsities in the study area is made to have an exact idea for the new facility. total population of Toba Tek Singh district is 1. wood working and commerce. Vocational institutions for women impart training in hand/machine embroidery. electrical. No. Kamalia.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District CHAPTER FOUR AVAILABLE TVET INFRASTRUCTURE In this chapter the researchers presented a picture of existing infrastructure available in Toba Tek Singh for the promotion of Technical Education & Vocational training in the district of Toba Tek Singh. Details are given below: COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS4 Sr. Singh Enrollment 2010-11 539 Punjab Development Statistics. TOWN-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF URBAN & RURAL POPULATION3 4. auto-engineering. Density of population in the district is 589 persons per square Kilometre.915 thousands persons out of which 982 thousands are males and 933 thousands are females. Faisalabad/ Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping .2Manpower Availability: As regards availability of skilled labour. 2009 Page 1 4 MIS Section TEVTA. Institute of Commerce. mechanical. Prior to any proposal or development of any new facility it is indispensable that a analysis of the existing population. stitching and knitting. In all about 2604. 1 3 Institute Govt.g. T. 4.

The enrolment in the schools has increased Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . (DMTC). Kamalia Govt. Spreading quality technical education in the district could be a great step to reduce unemployment. It is the most demanded education in this area. Pir Mahal Govt. T. Singh district and in catchments areas as well. Gojra. The situation is particularly alarming for women. Singh Govt. Vocational Training Institute (W). It is popular finish and feel.Singh Govt. Kamalia GRAND TOTAL Enrollment 2010-11 363 558 67 49 122 279 38 42 247 300 2604 4. (DMTC). due to its EDUCATIONAL & INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO OF TOBA TEK SINGH Current Educational Scenario Toba Tek Singh is an important district of Punjab where Vocational Training and Technical Education is considered as the backbone of its economy. Singh Govt.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Sr. Singh Govt. it has societal implications as well. T. Literacy trends Pakistan is one of the countries of the world where the highest number of illiterates are concentrated. Democratic institutions and values cannot flourish in a society where half of the adult population is illiterate. Vocational Training Institute (W). and most of the population cannot even read a newspaper.T. College of Commerce. Being illiterate is not an individual disability alone. Since T.T. Technical Training Institute Kamalia Govt. Illiteracy not only causes dependence. Technical Training Centre. Gojra Govt.T. and ultimately breeds oppression and exploitation. it deprives people of the development of their fullest potential of participation in decision making at different levels. Khaddar weaving is traditional craft of the district. Singh district is a thickly populated area and majority of the students have to travel for away to acquire Vocational Training and technical education. College of Technology.T. New industries are being establishing in T. Gojra Govt. T. College of Commerce. Technical Training Centre.T. District T.T. No. The per capita income is very low in the district hence most of the students can not afford the admissions in other districts as a result they have to terminate their education after matriculation. Technical Training Institute.3TRADITIONAL CRAFTS. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Institute Govt. Vocational Training Institute (W).

45 Urban Male 37.332 School Going Up-to Primary Level 139.94 Rural Female 23. The following table shows the pass-out percentage of district Toba Tek Singh in Matriculation Examination in 2009-10.T Singh Jhang Faisalabad Khanewal No. District Enrolment 44. of Schools 123 163 200 96 Secondary Schools with Enrolment for (Class I– X)  Source: EDO Education. The following table is showing the data for school going children and their percentage in T.884 74.000 45.06 Source: UNESCO Survey of 2009 The over all literacy trends in Urban and rural areas are given as follows: [[ All Areas Male Toba Tek Singh 30. TT Sing.539 Participation Rate 2008 (%) 58.4 Female 33. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Population & % of students between 5-9 years old in TT Singh Population (5-9 years) 240. of Govt. Singh district.92 Male 28.51 Potential for the minimum annual enrolment both in terms of number and capacity of existing institutions of general education with in the catchments areas is given as under: No.T.49 Female 25.T.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District in last couple of years in T.694 95.000 T. Singh and the participation rate at the district level is increasing specially for the children between the ages of 5 to 9 years old.

39% 51.64% 70.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Regular Candidates in T. Auto & Farm Machinery 9. Auto Mechanic(G-II) 4. Vocational Training and Technical Education will contribute a lot in enhancing the economic growth ratio in the district.1. Machinist(G-II) 7.68% 76.T. Problems like un-employment can only be overcome by establishing new industries and upgrading/establishing new TVET institutes in order to provide trained Manpower to the existing and future industries. Singh: 1.1 Technologies Available in T. Electronics Application (Radio & TV)(G-II) 2.37% 63. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning(G-II) 8. Singh (Matriculation) TT Singh Total Appeared 4420 2700 7120 2200 895 3095 10215 Pass-outs 2859 2060 4919 960 630 1590 6509 Percentage 64. Auto & Farm Machinery(G-II) 3. Textile Weaving Technology (DAE) 3.Electrical Appliances 11. 4.1. Auto Electrician 10.Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning 13. TT Singh.T.Electrical Wiring Technician 12. Computer Information Technology (DAE) 2.Machinist Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 Trades Available in T.30% 70.T.73% Male Female Total Private Candidates Male Female Total Grand Total  Source: EDO Education. Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVACR) 6. Sugar Technology 4.1 1. Electrician(G-II) 5. Singh: .49% 43.

2.Wood Work 4.1 Commerce Education in Okara: 1. 3. Com Degree 2.Mechanical Operator 15. D.1. B.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 14.Turner 16. Certificate in Computer Applications Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .Wireman 18.Welder 17.1.1 Women Vocational Trades available in Rajanpur: Diploma in Vocational Girls ( Diploma 2 Years Dress Designing & Making (G-III) Tailoring(G-III) Certificate in Computer Applications 1. 4. Com 3. 4.

the same is done regarding three stake holders.1 Analysis and Interpretation of data collected through questionnaires: Level of Skill n Un-skilled % N SemiSkilled % N Skilled % Table 5. Variable Table 5.2 Yes (%) No (%) No response (%) Page 1 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . there is 47% skilled labour force.2 : Employers responses regarding shortage of qualified skilled workers: Sr. Focused Group Discussions 5. Total 178 23% 221 29% 359 47% 5. On the whole.1 Male Female 111 67 15% 9% 132 89 17% 12% 225 134 30% 18% Figure 5.1 This table and figure reveals the percentage of un-skilled. Questionnaires II. Interviews III. Data analysis and interpretation of employers/ industry owners and academic staff views are collected through following research instruments: I.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District CHAPTER FIVE DATA ANALYSIS & SKILL MAPPING OF TOBA TEK SINGH This chapter deals with the data analysis and interpretation. No. while 53% of the labor force needs training in different trades. semi-skilled and skilled labour force in the Toba Tek Singh district.

upgraded present workforce by in-service training (N=7) and raising wages (N=3) 5. purchased labour saving equipments (N=2).3 : Effect of measures taken by TEVTA in promotion of job market: Table 5.2 The table and figure reflects 73% of the respondents stated that there is shortage of qualified skilled workers in Toba Tek Singh and 63% of the industry owners are affected by this swear shortage of qualified skilled worker.3 9% 2% 1% Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . they replied: By keeping vacancies unfilled (N=3).3 Sr. No. Here it is interesting to note that about 14% of the employers managed the shortage of qualified skilled worker at their own but when asking how you managed this shortage.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 1 Is there any shortage of skilled workers in Pakistan? 125 73% 34 20% 45 23% 13 8% 27 14% 2 Are you affected by the 123 shortage of Skilled 63% labour? Figure 5. managing overtime from the existing manpower (N=6). Variable Establishment of Skilled Labour Market Information System Establishment of Placement Cells to promote Technical & Vocational Employments Micro Finance Scheme introduced by Akuwat with TEVTA Strongl y Agree f(%) 121 58% 112 51% 100 Agre e f(%) 56 27% 75 34% 62 Response Partly Disagre agree e f(%) f(%) 31 15% 21 10% 17 5 2% 3 - Strongly Disagree f(%) - 1 2 7 3% 2 3 54% 34% Figure 5.

1 Suggestion/ Measure Compulsory practical training/internship training from 3 months to one year Students industrial/ organizational visits Affiliation of each institution with same industry/ organization Visiting teacher/ demonstrator from industry / organization/ market Complete coverage of courses Well equipped lab/ shop Books should be in English Examination should be in English Evaluation should be strict To link education and training with job market There is no shortage of workforce but a serious shortage of skilled workers Candidates who apply for the job.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District The measures taken by the TEVTA will promote the job market. 5. mostly not groomed for a competitive job market. No. This table appreciates the efforts of the TEVTA for the improvement of the technical and vocational education also it shows the confidence of the private industry owner in TEVTA. Institute should provide a career consoling service or managing the data of old students Agree 114 f(%) 48% Disagree 7 f(%) 4% 2 3 4 119 85 112 50% 35% 47% 21 8 11% 4% 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 116 111 56 51 104 111 98 48% 46% 23% 21% 43% 46% 41% 5 67 68 12 5 21 3% 34% 34% 6% 3% 11% 12 87 36% 34 17% 13 108 45% - - Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .4: Industry responses regarding suggestions to meet market demand: Table 5. 85% (Establishment of skilled labour Market information system). 887% (Establishment of placement cells to promote Technical & vocational Employments) and 88% (Micro finance Scheme introduced by Akuwat with TEVTA).4 Sr.

This analysis was helpful to improvise more focused and target oriented training plans. 1 2 3 4 5 Identified Trades/ Skills Heating Ventilation. Fitter General and Industrial Electrician and Motorcycle Mechanic are most needed trades according to academicians in the area.5 : Percentage of responses of Academicians about Trades/ Skills in Rajanpur: Table 5.5 The researchers have ranked the Heating Ventilation & Air-conditioning. 5.4 This table and the figure below show the percentages of the suggestions on which the respondents are agreed upon. 5. 41% and 36% and 31% responses respectively. 47%.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Figure 5. conditioning & Refrigeration Tractor Mechanic Fitter General Industrial Electrician Motorcycle Mechanic AirSector Manufacturing General Services Manufacturing Manufacturing General Services Gend er M M M M M Percenta ge 51 47 41 36 31 Figure 5. The following responses from the participants to question were received and are listed below in table: Table 5. which are 51%. Tractor Mechanic. which were not currently available in the local area but having potential employment opportunities for the pass outs.5 Sr .1 : Percentage responses of the Industrialists in the area: Question asked to list down any emerging/ new trades/ businesses.6 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . No .

1 Popular Existing Trades: Following courses are demanded by the people that are already offered in some of the TEVTA institutes in Toba Tek Singh: I.Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning 16.Electrical Appliances 14. Textile Weaving Technology (DAE) 3.Electrical Wiring Technician 15.Auto & Farm Machinery 12. 5.Refrigeration & Air Conditioning(G-II) 11. Machinist(G-II) 10.Turner 19.Welder Page 1 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . Computer Information Technology (DAE) 2.Machinist 17. Electrician(G-II) 8. and Rice Milling Plant Operator have great demand and ranked as top three demanded courses. Leather Footwear Maker.6 According to the responses of the industries of the area. Auto & Farm Machinery(G-II) 6. As far as the next bracket of most demanded courses is concerned.Mechanical Operator 18. Cotton & Ginning Technician Paddy Analyst. Auto Mechanic(G-II) 7. Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVACR) 9. Male Trades: 1. Electronics Application (Radio & TV)(G-II) 4.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Sr .Auto Electrician 13. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Identified Trades/ Skills Cotton & Ginning Technician Sector Gend er Percenta ge Paddy Analyst Rice Milling Plant Operator Leather Footwear Maker Spinning Technician Apparel Design Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture Leather Textile Textile M M M Mix 59 53 47 44 38 29 M F Figure 5. and Apparel Design are the most needed courses in this district. Sugar Technology 5. No .

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. Women Vocational Trades: Diploma in Vocational Girls ( Diploma 2 Years) Fashion Designing Certificate in Computer Applications Domestic Tailoring 5. 1. which have been prioritized based on the responses of all “Focus Group Discussions” and showing an overall need identification of the Toba Tek Singh District. No. Table given below provides a summarized list of trades.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District 20. Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Tractor Mechanic Fitter General Industrial Electrician Motorcycle Mechanic Apparel Design Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture Leather Textile Manufacturi ng General Services Manufacturi ng Manufacturi ng General Services Textile M M M Mix M M M M M M F 1. 1. 3. 1.7 Sr.g. The Gap Analysis is a statistical method. 1. 1. This method not only focuses on the new training identified but also gives weightage to the ranking given by the stakeholders. 4. 1.Wireman I. 1. 1. Identified Trades/ Skills Cotton & Ginning Technician Sector Gende r Ranking Paddy Analyst Rice Milling Plant Operator Leather Footwear Maker Spinning Technician Heating Ventilation. 1. credit. 1. 1. 1. This has great potential for employment generation in terms of a work through home based workforce (cottage industry): Table 5. 1. Figure 5. 1. 2. which was applied while analyzing the discussions with Teaching & Non Teaching staff of TEVTA and Industries of the Toba Tek Singh District. This list includes all the emerging trades and also the trades in which some support mechanism e. initial finance or assets is required.7 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . 1.1 : Trades/ Skills identified through “Gap Analysis Method”: The training needs were prioritized with the help of “Gap Analysis Method”.

Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Note: .T. from T. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Rajana & its nearing areas. There is a great potential for Commerce education. public of the area is very keen for the establishment of GIC at Pir Mahal. TEVTA may offer available courses from Commerce stream. however there is a possibility that some other courses are demand driven available in the Toba Tek Singh District but due to sampling constraints might not be included here. Although where the response rate is less than 10% has not been included here. 5.In the above cited Vocational colleges/ institutes proposed in district Toba Tek Singh. It is much considerable that such courses are demand of the market and need of the public. There are many feeding Institutions in Pir Mahal. Note: . Vocational Boys There is no Institutions in public/private sector in this area.M.The courses included in this list have a minimum response rate of at least 10%.1 Identified Institutes: Trade Commerce Justification There is no Commerce Institution in public or private sector Pir Mahal is at the distance of 40 K. TEVTA may initiate any appropriate courses given in the identified trade list through “Gap Analysis Methods” in addition to the courses proposed above according to the gender while in Commerce college/ institute.Singh & Kamalia.

Currently. CNC Machine Operator. Auto Parts Manufacturing. Food Technology. This highlights the need to look at opportunities for alternate sources of income and employment to address issues such as unemployment. they inherit the particular skills from their parents and try to train their children accordingly in the same skill. changes in the production techniques. migration from rural to urban and poverty in general. Tractor Parts Manufacturing. DAE in Telecommunication. Light Engineering. which has continued to increase over time. CAD/CAM. The curriculum must be reviewed periodically by taking into consideration. the industry & academia ensured that this exercise was successful in achieving its overall objectives. The sector wise analysis suggests that there are the main sectors in Lahore where labour force is concentrated includes. The policy makers need to plan economic and financial policies for sustainable development to create gainful employment opportunities for the poor. sustainable technical and vocational training programs/ skills enhancement schemes are needed. The full participation of the stakeholder especially the target group i. Poverty is one of the major issues at national and regional level.e. etc. Textile Processing and Pharmaceutical. SEVEN CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATIONS The Skill Mapping survey is an important tool to explore new opportunities in gainful employment and the identification of the training needs for income and employment generation opportunities in the Lahore. which the teacher and the students face during the course of their studies.g. Auto Parts Manufacturing Sector: Page 2 Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping . The report suggested that more detailed studies may have to be conducted to estimate the required numbers of training programs needed.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District CHAPTER NO. The training needs identified are the trades which are not existing traditionally in the area or the newly emerging e. majority of these workers are being trained by the informal sector through traditional (Ustad/ Shagird) system. The Sector wise analysis also helpful to identify the skills accordingly. I. These training programs will be commensurate with the local home-grown tools and implements and also the local endowment & biases for a particular skill development/ enhancement programs. Mostly. Such actions suggest that to effectively meet the demand of the national market as well as the export of trained manpower. introduction of new technology and the bottlenecks. This can be done by adopting multidimensional measures along with formulated policies to achieve higher GDP growth.

the traditional courses of Polishers. The Light Engineering Sector has demanded the following skilled workers (Priority wise): • • • • • • • • • • Electronics Technology (B. there are about 396 firms registered with Lahore Chamber of Commerce.Tech) Industrial Electrician CNC Machine Operators CAD/CAM Plastic Molding / Mold Making Injection Molding Machine Operator CNG Mechanic Milling Machine Operators Packing workers (Semi Skilled) Quality Assurance Workers Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 2 . I. it is quite important to train CNC Machine Operators and CAD/ CAM workers in Lahore to meet the demand of latest technology in this sector. The Auto Parts Manufacturing Sector has demanded the following skilled workers (Priority wise): • Mechatronics (DAE) • Industrial & Manufacturing (DAE) • Industrial Electrician • CNC Machine Operators • CAD/CAM • Plastic Molding / Mold Making • Injection Molding Machine Operator • Polishers • Milling Machine Operators • Heat Treatment Expert • Grinders • Packing workers (Semi Skilled) • Quality Assurance Workers • IT Expert According to the results of this survey. Milling Machine Operators and Heat Treatment Expert are equally demanded by the auto parts sector of Lahore. However.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District In Auto Parts Manufacturing Sector. there are about 1019 firms registered with Lahore Chamber of Commerce. LIGHT ENGINEERING SECTOR: In Light Engineering Sector.

of this survey. I.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District I. The overall demand in these sectors for other trades is as under (Priority wise): • • • • Telecommunication Technology (DAE) Food Technology (DAE) Dairy / Livestock Technician Pharmaceutical Technician Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . of this survey. Industrial Machinery. there are about 2643 firms and manufacturing firms registered with Lahore Chamber of Commerce. The Construction Sector have all together demanded the following skilled workers (Priority wise): • • • Civil (B. CONSTRUCTION SECTOR: In Construction Sector. it’s quite important to train Construction workers in Lahore to meet the demand of latest technology in this sector. there are about 395 firms registered with Lahore Chamber of Commerce.Tech) Interior decorator Quality Assurance Workers According to the results. OTHER IMPORTANT MANUFACTURING SECTORS: The other important sectors in Lahore includes Pharmaceutical. Telecommunication. it’s quite important to train Textile Products Cutting & Stitching Machine Operators and Dying & Finishing workers in Lahore to meet the demand of latest technology in this sector. Electric Goods. TEXTILE PROCESSING SECTOR: In Textile Processing Sector. I. Food Processing. The Textile Processing Sector have all together demanded the following skilled workers (Priority wise): • • • • • • • Industrial & Manufacturing (DAE) Industrial Electrician Spinning technician Weaving Technician Dyeing & Finishing Technician Quality Assurance Workers Cutters According to the results.

1. Import/ Export Documentation and Business Communication may be offered for the industry of Lahore. A vast majority of the workers are trained through traditional (Ustad/ Shagird) System. RECOMMENDATIONS: is approximately more than Three Million workforce employed in the industries of Lahore. No . As far as the demand driven courses are concerned. However. TEVTA management should focus on the following demand driven courses. The Commerce colleges and institutes have a majority of students both male and female. Entrepreneurship. These courses can make the skilled workers more saleable in the market. and Industrial & Manufacturing along with DAE Mechanical may be introduced at the proposed Technical Institutes in District Lahore. 5000 4200 4000 3900 3500 Paddy Analyst Rice Milling Plant Operator Leather Footwear Leather Maker Textile Spinning Technician M 5 MIS/ District Manager TEVTA Lahore Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Five new technologies of DEA Telecommunication. These students after passing out from TEVTA Colleges/Institutes are interested in further studies. 1.000 are trained by other Non TEVTA institutes.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District I. Trade. 4. All the courses of Technical & Vocational stream are quite popular in 3. the local industries of Lahore. Tentativ e Labor Required in next 3 Years Sr . Manufacturing and insurance sectors. 15. Services. The courses like Spoken English. some graduates of commerce stream are employed in Banking. There 2. Mechatronics. immediately to meet the requirements of all the sectors available in Lahore. Out of which almost 98295 per annum are supplied by the TEVTA at the moment. 1. Food Technology. Commerce. 1. TEVTA should also start working on the Skill Testing and Certification for the skilled workers in Lahore district. 1 1 1 1 1 Identified Trades/ Skills Cotton & Technician Ginning Sector Gend er Ranking Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture M M M Mix 1. 1.

No . 1. 2400 1800 1000 800 500 230 Note: The labor required in next 3 years is estimated keeping in view the feedback & the discussion of concerned sector expert. 1.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Sr .T Singh and consultant’s overall assessment. 1 7 7 7 7 7 Identified Trades/ Skills Heating Ventilation. & renowned Industrialists of T. 1. 1. Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Tractor Mechanic Fitter General Industrial Electrician Motorcycle Mechanic Apparel Design Sector Gend er Ranking Tentativ e Labor Required in next 3 Years Manufacturing General Services Manufacturing Manufacturing General Services Textile M M M M M F 1. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . 1.

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1. Through conduction of this study, 12 new institutes are demanded by

the renowned public representatives and industrialists to be established in District Lahore among which five institutes are demanded for women, in order to enhance women entrepreneurship and empowerment to encourage them to play an active part in the economy. Two institutes among three are proposed from vocational stream (Female) while one is proposed from Vocational (Male) stream. The researchers however, do not support to establish any new technical or Commerce institute in the district Lahore but emphasis to: • • • • • • • • 8. Provide the missing facilities in the colleges/ institutes. Train the teachers. Upgrade the curriculum. Introduce awareness campaign. Improve the infrastructure. Install new machinery. Make international collaboration for Accredited Courses. Better Assessment System, etc.

There is a need to develop a close liaison with the industry by introducing an On-The-Job Training program as a must for the technical stream, before issuing them the Diploma after final year’s examination.

9. The vocational courses must be given due weigtage while offering for admissions in the DAE level classes as a credit exemption or preference in the courses. 10. There is a need to recruit a new team of educated people to visit various industries as an Ambassador of TEVTA who can arrange placement opportunities for TEVTA graduates in the local and international market.

There are some other sectors where TEVTA graduates can get employments after graduating from TEVTA Institutes in the district of Lahore like Banks, Markets, Internet Service Providers, Housing Utilities, Newspapers, Hospitals, etc. (Annexure II)

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ANNEXURE I NON-MANUFACTURING SECTORS: Banks: ℘ ℘ ℘ ℘ Standard Chartered Bank. Allied Bank of Pakistan. United Bank Ltd. Muslim Commercial Bank Ltd. ℘ Habib Bank Ltd. ℘ Bank Alfalah. ℘ RBS Wholesale Markets: ℘ Light engineering goods ℘ Hardware items Housing Utilities: ℘ ℘ ℘ ℘ ℘ ℘ Electricity. Water Supply. Sui Gas. Sanitation. Telephone. Internet/E-Mail.

Internet Service Providers: ℘ Brain net ℘ PTCL, News Papers: ℘ The Nation. ℘ The News. ℘ The Daily Khabrain. ℘ The Daily Din.

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ANNEXURE I

SKILL SETS OF IDENTIFIED TECHNOLOGY/ TRADES

Trade

Entry Level
Matric Preferably with Science & Computer Literacy

Cotton & Ginning Technician
Required Skills:

The course graduate is required to do the following: 1. Draw various types of drawing. 2. Observe safety rules and precautions relating to ginning machinery. 3. Know efficient handling of tools and gauges. 4. Carry out stripping, assembling and disassembling of various machine elements ginning plant machinery. 5. Carry out various adjustments and calibrations required in the ginning plant machinery. 6. Carry out replacement of gin raws and ribs and their adjustments. 7. Carry out proper fixing of suction and delivery fans such valves duct lines and adjustments of their pressures. 8. Carry out adjustments routine maintenance repair & overhauling of following ginning machinery: Rock Catcher. Separator. Trash Master. Inclined Cleaner. Stick Machine. Screw and Belts Conyers. F.E.C (Feeder Extractor Cleaner). Gin stand. Line Cleaner. Condenser. Humidifier. Lint Slide, Pusher and Tramper. Pump Unit and Hydraulic Press. Bailing Unit and Weighing Machine.

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Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Should be able to do Paddy Moisture Inspection. 6.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Metric preferably with Science Paddy Analyst Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: Knowledge of Paddy Varieties and Market. Should be able to do Paddy rating and procurement. 5. Aware of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs). 2. Should be able to do Lab Analysis of Paddy. Should be able to use of moisture meter. 3. 4. 1.

2.  Drying of Paddy. Knowledge of Paddy Varieties and Market.  Soaking.  Paddy Separator.  Combi Cleaners.  Water supply meter.  Chamber Dryer. Should be able to operate following reprocessing Unit:  Separator.  Steam Distribution System.  Vessels. Should be aware of Packing. Knowledge of Lab Analysis of Paddy.  Cooling Towers. Should be aware of steps of Parboiling of Rice through :  Vacuum.  Water Polisher. 5.  Conveyers.  Grader. Knowledge of Par Boiling.  Dust Blower.  Color Sorter. Should be aware of Boiler Operations. 3.  Pre Cleaner. 2. Knowledge of Paddy Cleaning. Should be able to operate Rice Milling (Husking/ Hulling/Shelling). 3. 2.  Elevators. 4.  Cyclone. 1.  Husk Blower. Should have the knowledge to operate following:  Parboiling Unit.  De-Stoner.  Column Dryer.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Middle Rice Milling Plant Operator Required Skills: The course graduate is required to do the following: 1.  Paddy Husker.  Husk Cleaner. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .  Heat Treatment of Wet Paddy.  Rice Graders (Length and Width).  Elevators. 1.  Polisher.  Polisher.

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Finish and pack Footwear 7. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Close uppers in Footwear 5. Last and assemble Footwear 6. Should be aware of on job safety measures and work ethics. Cut and prepare bottom components 4. Draw and cut patterns of Footwear 2. 8. Cut upper components 3.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Middle Leather Maker & Footwear Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1. Should be aware of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).

drawing machinery. 2. Should be aware of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). Should be aware of on job safety measures and work ethics. oiling and greasing/ tap jointing.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Middle Spinning Technician Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1. Should have in-depth knowledge of textile fitting spinning which includes wheel changing. 5. carding machinery. 3. and cone winding machines. ring /open machinery. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Should have basic knowledge of ergonomics. Should have detailed knowledge of preventive maintenance and operation of blow room machinery. 4. cleaning.

Making the leak proof connections by silver brazing or silver soldering. Selection. Leak detection in A/C & Refrigerator. repair or replace or service condensors & evaporators. bend. Measure. 2.Evacuate and charge with refrigerant the domestic refrigerator and Airconditioning. To do the masonry work for the installation of window type A/C. 6. 5. 7.Observe good house keeping and ethics in carrying out services and customer satisfaction Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . 4. Joining tubing to tubing and tubing to fittings by flaring. 15. 10. 3. use and precautions of tools and measuring instruments for the maintenance of domestic Refrigerator and Air-Conditioner (Window & Split Type). Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1.Perform the routine maintenance and seasonal servicing of Refrigerator & AirConditioner.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Middle Heating Ventilation. swaging. remove and replace capillary tables and diggers. A/C (Window & split) and deep freezer and checking the circuit. 11. Identification of symbols in electrical circuit of Refrigerator. clean. check.Check & adjust doors and replaces gas kits on domestic refrigerator & deep freezer. 16. pinch off & constructing of copper tube.Remove.Install domestic refrigerator & A/C (Window & Split). Soldering which is a process of applying molten metal to metals that are heated but are not molten. 14. 13. 9.Check. 8.e. Connecting two pieces of soft copper tubing of the same diameter without per use of fitting i. 12.

I. Testing adjusting and refitting of the following: • Radiator. Hitching. Applying and observing workshop safety rules. Dismantling and assembling of components. assemblies and system of tractor 6. Using special tools 2.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Middle Tractor Mechanic Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1. Diagnosing faults and their rectification 4. assemblies and various system of tractor. Maintenance of tool and equipments 3. Using precision measurement instruments II. • Thermostat Valve • Water Pump • Fuel Feed Pump • Fuel Injection Pump • Oil Pump • Hydraulic Pump • Battery • Dashboard Instrument / Gauge • Trouble shooting of the Tractor Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Repairing and reconditioning of components. adjusting and detaching agricultural implements with the tractor 7. 5.

Use fastening tools and fastening methods. 6. 2. 4. Sketch and draw different work. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Operate grinding machines. Operate milling machines. Operate shaper machine. 8. Perform bench work 9. 3. 5.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level G-III Pass outs Fitter General Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1. 7. Use measuring instruments. Use fitting tools. Repair and maintenance of different works / jobs.

Using proper tools and equipment. Drivers Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .C. Installation. .Relays . Use measurements and test equipment safely and accurately.D.Motor . for trouble shooting and 4.HT/LT Panels . 2.Transformer . Drivers . 3. operation & Maintenance of Industrial Electrical Electronics Equipment.Generator .A. Observe safety rules & applying Electrical safety rules prevent shock to self and other.C.Switchgears .Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Matric Preferably with Science & Computer Literacy Industrial Electrician Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1.

Remove / inspect service and oil pump of motor cycle (2 stroke & 4 stroke) 5. inspect and refit transmission system of the bike. came shaft and cylinder bore etc. Set the ignition timing (C.Tune up the motor cycle (2-stroke & 4-stroke). Remove inspect and refit brake shoes / disk pads 9. Remove dismantle inspect.stroke motorcycle. Remove inspect & refit front & rear shock absorbers.B Point adjustment) and check with ignition timing light. handle workshop tools. 8. equipments efficiently and above safety measures. 10. Set the valve timing of 4. 6. 2. 3. Remove. Remove / Inspect and refit clutch plates and make adjustment. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . 4.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Middle Motor Cycle Mechanic Required Skills The course graduate is required to do the following: 1. Use. 7. parts i. refit install engine.e.

ladies & 2. 5. ladies and children. Students should be able to design dresses according to latest trends in the world. Students should be able to make different hand and machine stitches. figures and their body proportion. 3. The students should acquire skill of designing practice as per current trends. 4. 7. marketing practice. 6. The students should have enough skill in marketing pattern of different sizes according to body needs of gents. and quality control. They should have skills regarding operation of electric sewing machines for stitches. gents garments. Students should make various designs on fabrics by using poster colors. Students should have awareness about children. Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 .Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District Trade Entry Level Metric Apparel Design Required Skills: The course graduate is required to do the following: 1.

Govt. T. No. Singh Govt. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Institute Govt.T. College of Commerce. Singh Govt. T.Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District ANNEXURE II RESPONSES RECEIVED FROM INSTITUTION/ ACADEMIA Sr. (DMTC).T. Institute of Commerce.T. T. College of Commerce.T. Vocational Training Institute (W).T. Kamalia. Govt. Govt. Gojra Technical Training Institute Kamalia Technical Training Centre. Gojra. District T. Vocational Training Institute (W). Govt. Gojra Technical Training Centre. T. Kamalia Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 1 . Singh Govt. (DMTC). Govt. Pir Mahal Technical Training Institute.Singh College of Technology. Vocational Training Institute (W). Singh Govt. Kamalia Govt.

Skill Mapping Report of Toba Tek Singh District ANNEXURE IV PICTURE GALLERY Skill Labor Market Information/ Placement System based on Skill Mapping Page 97 .

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