Welcome to SZABIST ZABTech (iTVE)

The SZABIST ZABTech (Institute of Technical & Vocational Education) is established with the aim to train and upgrade the quality of graduates, and equip them with such skills that fulfill the requirements of the corporate sector. The SZABIST ZABTech(iTVE) offers specific courses which are designed, taking into consideration the market demands. So far, The directorate of SZABIST ZABTech iTVE has established 5 units in Hyderabad, Larkana, Benazirabad,Tando Mohammad Khan and Khairpur Mir's from where 10,000+ students have been graduated.
All institutes of SZABIST ZABTech (iTVE) are fully equipped with state-of-the-art computer labs, updated workshops, extensive libraries and breakout discussion areas for nurturing the faculty and students. We ensure to prepare our clients for accepting new challenges through various short and long term based national and international certifications, diplomas’ and professional trainings at highest levels.

ZABTech Success Stories

Ms.Sadaf Muzafar

Passion of Dressmaking / Tailoring Story of a Poor Teenage Girl

Ms. Sadaf Muzafar has a great passion of learning about fashion designing. She was number four sibling of a very poor family of Hyderabad City. Her father died when she was only 18 & then mother took responsibility of four siblings while facing chronic poverty. Sadaf’s mother was her source of inspiration because she was supporting her in her every move to get educated.


Mr Ali Reza

Living the dream of self- earning Story of a responsible son

Ali Reza, son of an old age labourer, was living in squatter settlement of Hyderabad city. His father’s old age forced him to stay at home due to which family earning minimized to certain level. Ali Reza, as elder son, left regular study during matriculation and started earning through cheap labor work. One day he learned from a friend that as an electrician he could run his own business, work for a small company or be part of a crew keeping large industrial sites running 24 hours a day.


Ms Huma Gul

How a dream comes true! Story of a female entrepreneurship

Her father’s only asset at home was an “Old Sewing Machine” when Huma applied for admission at ZABTech. She belongs to a very poor family of district Hyderabad and her father was only bread earner of nine family members. Huma was oldest amongst nine siblings of her father. She realized difficulties of her father, which family was facing due to chronic poverty.


Mr Muhammad Rameez

Passion of one born electrician

I have passion to play with testers, pliers & other electric instruments since my childhood” said Mr. Rameez. Muhammad Rameez belongs to a lower middle class family of Hyderabad city. Eleven years ago his father died due to natural death. After father’s death family’s only earner was elder brother, a automobile mechanic and only bread earner of family.


Ms Kouser Perveen

Supporting Meager Family Earning Story of a responsible wife

Ms. Kouser Perveen, married in early age is now mother of three kids. She is a resident of Latifabad, Hyderabad, Sindh. Her husband’s earning from a labor job was inappropriate to feed kids and a wife. Kausar break taboos of a house wife in a poor settings and prepared herself to get permission from husband to learn beautician course.


Ms Munira’s

Tapping a Beautician’s Mind

Ms. Munira’s father is a government servant and she is living in a rental house. Her father’s income is less than 15000/=, which painful for a poor family living in suatter settlement’s rented house. Once she met with a friend and learned about a course of beautician at nearby institution ZABTech.


Mr Salman Ahmed

Where there is Skill there is Way

Mr. Salman Ahmed has recently completed certification program in field of “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”is now working at a four star hotel. He employed quickly by his employer due to skills, which he learned from ZABTech Institute @ Hyderabad. Mr. Salman is a very recent example of inspiring story of ZABTech institution.


Mr Shahzaib

Realizing Change

My father is my ideal and I love to support him”. Shahzaib’s father was working in a private sector company and his earning was only Rs. 11000/= to feed five mouths of a very poor marginalized family. His father was gradually attending old age so tired when reach house at midninght. Shahzeb, as a elder son realized that father’s health will deteriorate if he work continuously. He decided to learn skills and support family in need.


Mr Pervez Imdad

No Bar of Age for Learning A Case of Mobile Phone Repairing

Mr Pervez Imdad Soomro used to sell confectionary and grocery items in a small shop. His earning from a small confectionary shop was not so good to meet family expenses. On day he realized that job market is fastly changing so he has to change his small business. He experienced presence of mobile phones in every hand.