The Chinese St. Fulin Group has decided to establish a vocational university in Pakistan. The aim is to meet the increasing demand for skilled labors for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.
Scarlet, CPO of St. Fulin Group said “At present, we are discussing the details with the concerned officials in Pakistan and the embassy of Pakistan in Beijing and hoping for a positive response and cooperation. China is the best in the vocational education in the world rather even in some areas it is better than Germany and Japan and we are ready to impart quality training to Pakistani students in their country.”
She acknowledged that Pakistan has highly known universities but at the same time she stressed that Pakistan needs more vocational training institutions.
She said that new projects are starting in Pakistan under the CPEC banner and highly skilled & trained workers are required. Thus it is important to establish a vocational university in the country.
She said, “We will have discussions with the concerned Pakistani officials and during the meetings, we will share experience which China achieved during last 40 years because of its reforms and development strategy.”
Adding, “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 to receive it.”