Karachi, National Institute of Labour Administration Training (NILAT) under the Government of Sindh (Labour and Human Resources Department) has started admissions in Post Graduate Diploma Course in Labour Administration and Industrial Welfare.
Applicants are invited on prescribed forms, along with Bio-Data for admission to the above course, commencing from Nov 04, 2013 so as to reach this institute latest by 20th October, 2013.
The objective of the course is to impart in-service training to Federal/ Provincial Governments Officers, Middle Management Executives of public and private sector organizations and labour representatives who possess at least bachelor's degree and have some practical experience in the field of labour administration, industrial relations or any other relevant field.
The program consist of these subjects during the whole course; Labour Legislation, Labour, administration, Industrial Relations, Occupational Health and Safety, Economics, Human Resource Management and Methodology of Research.
Candidates are eligible if they have any Bachelor degree at least 2nd Division from any recognized university of Pakistan or abroad. The candidate’s maximum age should be 45 years on the closing date. All in-service applicants, both in public and private sector organizations, are required to apply on prescribed Nomination Forms through proper channel duly authenticated by authorized officer/employer, otherwise their applications shall not be entertained.
Fresh graduates seeking admission will be required to appear in a written test and interview which will be organized at NILAT on Oct 23, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. and they will be selected strictly on merit basis subject to the availability of seats. All the selected candidates will deposit course fee through Bank Draft/Pay Order in favour of D.D.O. NILAT before the commencement of the course but not later than Oct 30. Classes will start from Nov 11, 2013.
The hostel facilities at highly subsidized rates are also available to the outstation participants on first come first served basis.