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Pak Swiss (Alumni Association) Canada
50th Anniversary of Pak Swiss
Society of Pak Swiss Professionals Canada is celebrating 50th Anniversary of Pak Swiss Training Center in Toronto on Sunday September 6, 2015.
We invite you, our friends, our community and our alumni, to join us in celebrating our college. Scroll through our timeline, view photos and videos of our events, and learn how you can get involved in helping us mark this momentous occasion.
Brief History of Pak Swiss Training Center
In response to the need arising from the expansion of industrial sector in the late 60s, Pak-Swiss Training Centre (PSTC) was established in 1965 through Swiss Collaboration to develop specialized technical resource in Precision Mechanics and Instrumentation, its technical training program follows Swiss technical training methodology which is unique blend of practical and theory meeting requirements for award of this specialized Diploma.
This venture has been a phenomenal success due to high demand of its trained technical resource in the industry. Due to its high standards and recognition the trained manpower has played their role in national development and hence has fulfilled the objective to provide properly trained technical resource for capacity building of local Industry. This resource has been instrumental specially in boosting automobile sector and thus has contributed to national GDP. Realizing its success Government ordered its expansion. Presently training centers following the Swiss technical training scheme are established in Karachi, Quetta, Peshawar & Lahore. Karachi center has added another technology of IPC which is also having high demand in the Industry.
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