About Us

About Sindh-TTB

Provide nationally and internationally recognized qualification for creating highly competitive skilled workforce to cater to the needs of job market and entrepreneurship for better social economic condition of the people of Sindh.

Muzafar Ali Bhutto

Muzafar Ali Bhutto

Pakistan is privileged enough to have a significant youth population, constituting 29% between the ages of 15 and 29. Harnessing the potential of this demographic through modern technical education and vocational training could propel the country to new heights of progress. Addressing the economic challenges requires a focused approach, and the recent introduction of Technical Education and Vocational Training (TEVT) reforms, particularly under the TVET Reforms Support Program, aims to provide vertical and horizontal mobility for learners. This initiative is crucial for earning qualifications through diverse pathways, ultimately contributing to the sustainable development of the nation.

The role played by foreign stakeholders, such as NAVTTC (National Vocational and Technical Training Commission) and STEVTA (Sindh Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority), in uplifting the TVET sector in Pakistan, especially in Sindh province, is highly commendable. Notably, the involvement of GIZ (German Corporation for International Cooperation) in providing technical assistance is praiseworthy. The active participation of the private sector is recognized as instrumental for promoting and delivering quality training on a global scale. To make the TVET system more responsive to the job market and globally competitive, it is essential to enhance employer participation in the assessment process. The Trade Testing Board Sindh (TTBS), serving as a Qualification Awarding Body, plays a vital role in conducting traditional examinations under the National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) and awarding qualifications through the National Vocational Qualification Framework (NVQF). This encompasses both formal and informal sectors, as well as qualifications awarded through the Sindh –II program, commonly known as S-II. Alhamdolillah, TTBS is making continuous progress through the dedicated efforts and hard work of its dynamic team, remaining committed to providing valid, reliable, flexible, and fair assessment services to the entire satisfaction of its clients.

Shahana Jabeen

Shahana Jabeen

A warm welcome to our organization's website, where our mission is centered on delivering high-quality services to our valued viewers and stakeholders. Committed to excellence, we recognize the increasing demand for skilled workers in today's dynamic world, and we champion the pivotal role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in preparing students for meaningful employment. At the Trade Testing Board (TTB), our emphasis is on prioritizing the quality of our students over quantity. Collaborating closely with TEVTA Sindh and partner institutes, we strive to cultivate a highly skilled workforce. Serving as a qualification-awarding body, TTB has affiliations with over four hundred private institutes and has certified around 163,322 candidates across various trades and duration programs, including Traditional Courses, CBT&A, RPL, and S-II level, over the past decade.

Our efficient assessment system is geared towards producing top-notch professionals, equipping trainees with diverse employment opportunities. In the fiercely competitive global landscape, we are unwavering in our commitment to continually enhance our assessment and evaluation system, ensuring the production of a workforce aligned with international standards. Recognizing assessment as a fundamental driver of learning, we have meticulously developed a reliable, transparent, impartial, well-organized, and valid system that supports the learning journey of our trainees. At TTB, our mission as a qualification-awarding body is to modernize the examination, assessment, and evaluation system, eradicating any negative factors that may compromise the impartiality and transparency of the process. This dedication is paramount in our efforts to contribute to the creation of a globally skilled workforce, which serves as the backbone of a thriving economy. Our dedicated team remains committed to delivering reliable, standardized, and valid certifications, fostering collaboration with stakeholders and exploring innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of the job market. We invite you to explore our website for a comprehensive understanding of our organization and the services we offer. For further information or assistance, please feel free to contact us. Your continued support is deeply appreciated, and we eagerly anticipate hearing from you.

Name Position
Chairman, Trade Testing Board, Sindh. Chairman
Two representatives from STEVTA Joint Director/Deputy Director. Member
One Principal (V.T.I/V.T.C). Member
Four Representatives from Employees Federation of Pakistan/SITE Association. Member
Representative of Skill Development Council, Karachi. Member
Workers Representative. Member
Secretary (Trade Testing Board). Member/Secretary

We are Committed to certified Competencies of work force as per international Standards through Continuous process of improving methods to meet ever increasing demand of employers up to their Satisfaction. The Policies shall be implemented through.

  • Continuous capacity building of assessors and staff.
  • Continuous improvement in assessment tools and procedures.
  • Continuous upgradation of the management system for the provision of timely and excellent services.

We assure dedicated efforts towards achievement of the above.