In a move aimed at equipping students with practical skills and addressing the rising demand for skilled professionals in various sectors, the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) has introduced ten new diplomas in the Matric-Tech and Inter-Tech streams. These courses have been meticulously developed by the National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) to provide students with the tools they need to excel in today’s technology-driven world.
The FBISE officially announced these new diplomas through its social media channels, signaling its commitment to enhancing educational opportunities and aligning curricula with the evolving demands of the job market.
The newly introduced diplomas in the Matric-Tech and Inter-Tech streams include:
- Hair & Beauty Services
- Hotel Management
- Professional Chef
- Tourism Management
- Graphics Designer
- Digital Marketing
- Web & App Designing
- Early Childhood
- Fashion Designing
- Media Production
These diverse courses encompass a wide array of fields, reflecting the growing diversity of career opportunities available to students in the technology and vocational sectors. The FBISE’s partnership with NAVTTC underscores their shared mission to empower students with practical, real-world skills that are highly sought after in the modern job market.
For additional information and inquiries, interested students can reach out to the FBISE at their phone number, 111-032-473. Additionally, they can stay updated on the latest developments by visiting the official FBISE website, where detailed information about the newly introduced technology diplomas and the enrollment process can be found. This initiative marks a significant step toward preparing the youth for a tech-driven future while meeting the needs of evolving industries.