Khyber Institute of Technical Education (KITE) is contributing positively to help the youth of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa not only in academic sphere but also in character building and personality grooming, said Chief Executive FATA Development Authority Fida Mohammad Wazir.
According to ISPR release issued here Friday, as many as 346 KITE students of 16th batch of KITE successfully completed training. Speaking the concluding ceremony of the batch Fida Wazir said that KITE is playing a vital role to keep the youth of Tribal areas into the mainstream and giving them an opportunity to become useful citizens of society.
It is mentioning here that KITE was established by Pakistan Army with the collaboration of FATA Development Authority (FDA) for provision of vocational technical and other skilled education to the youth of FATA and KP.
KITE is running 13 courses of 6 months duration that included Basic Computer Operator, Office Automation, Basic Survey, Auto Electrician, Auto Mechanic, Refrigerator AC Repair, Basic Electrician, X-Ray Operator, Lab Assistant, TV CD DVD Repair, Mobile Repair and Carpet weaving.
The Army also provides free boarding and lodging facility to the students.
The ceremony was attended by large number of civil and military officials, parents and KITE students.