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February 24, 2015
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Pakistani engineers offered training

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February 24, 2015

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TOKYO: Japanese IT company DTS Inc has offered to provide training and jobs to around 500 Pakistan engineers on an annual basis.
In a meeting on Monday, CEO DTS Hironao Takahashi offered the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) Chairman Syed Abdul Qadir Shah to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in April in order to provide jobs and training to local engineers.
Dr Takahashi hoped that more than 500 engineers could be brought to Japan for jobs and internship on a yearly basis in the first phase, which would be extended later on.
“I would try my level best to arrange jobs and trainings for Pakistani engineers in Japan.”
While providing the statistics of the engineers currently registered with PEC, Shah said around 180,000 Engineers are registered with PEC and 12,000 more graduate each year. Vice chairman of PEC Sindh region Mukhtar A. Sheikh was also present during the meeting.

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