The Board:

The provincial assembly of Sindh passed Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Human Resource
Research and Development Board [BBSHRRDB] Act in 2013 which converted BBSYDP
into Board. It marked a watershed moment in the history of the province of Sindh. It
established a permanent structure within folds of Government of Sindh with
comprehensive and long-term vision to continue addressing the twin issues of
poverty and un-employment through Human Resource Development in the province
of Sindh to maintain a robust economy


Structure of the Board:

The Board has its own Chairperson whereas the Secretary is its Chief Executive. The
members of the Board represent Chamber of Commerce & Industry, SITE
Associations, eminent industrialists and public sector.
I.2.2 The head office of the Board is located at Karachi. The Board has field offices almost
in each district of the province of Sindh. The Board keeps close liaison with the
potential employers, industrialists and consultants etc for their valuable input to
achieve its vision and objectives.


Skilled and Constructive youth, shaping a peaceful, prosperous and strong Pakistan

Semi-literate and educated youth provided employable skills and certification to meet the demand of local and international markets,

Maximum available training institutes of Sindh Government activated and equipped to provide required training.
Establishment of coordination between Private and Public Sector, I.3.1.4 Public awareness of importance of skill development and technical and vocational education at grass roots level,


Vision (Long-term)
Quality of Human resource improved (skilled and disciplined),
Trained manpower export to international markets,
Earning capacity of semi-literate and educated youth enhanced,
Reward of education recognized by a majority of urban and rural population,
I.3.2.5 Public & Private Sector Centre of excellence for vocational training formed in Sindh,
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Addressing twin issues of un-employment and poverty through skill development by imparting trainings in employable skills and by enabling them to get decent employment.

To train youth in Sindh with employable skills through public and private sector training streams,
To meet local and international, present and upcoming industry, projects and sectorial human resource requirements,
To address poverty in rural and urban areas with special emphasis on gender equality,
To conduct periodic survey to check whether it meets the regional, national, international job market and certification requirements,
To train human resources in Sindh to cater to the needs of public and private sector in local and international markets,
To provide stipend to various categories of unemployed youth, with a view to support them with income during training,
To provide quality trainings and certification to unemployed youth through technical and professional institutes and “On-Job training” by the public and private sector to increase their employability,
To provide linkage to the trained manpower to the local and international job marke and explore self-employment opportunities,
To encourage the industry to comply with Apprenticeship Ordinance 1962 and its rules/regulation 1966. Propose amendments/changes to make it applicable to present industry projects and sectors requirements.

Board-The Apex Body

The BBSHRRDB is the apex policy formulation body headed by ChairpersonII.1.2 The Board has to provide the leadership and guidance to steer the Program activities