Mr. Sajid Baloch
Executive Director NAVTTC
BIOGRAPHY PROFILE SAJID BALOCH :
Mr. Sajid Baloch is currently serving as the Executive Director, NAVTTC National Vocational and Technical Training Commission, Ministry of Education.
Mr. Sajid Baloch is an officer of the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS) (BS-21) (23rd CTP), with 26 years’ experience of working in public sector and development sector, including United Nations. He holds Masters Degree in Development & Environment from Kings College London, and Electrical Engineering from NED University. He is a winner of British Chevening scholarship. He possesses extensive experience of governance, education, TVET, poverty, policy, law, gender, international /donors liaison and project management. He is posted as Executive Director (CEO) NAVTTC National Vocational and Technical Training Commission, Ministry of Education. Previously, he served as Registrar, Islamabad High Court. Previously he has held the appointment as Financial Advisor / Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance, and Director General, BISP (Benazir Income Support Programme) ($1.25 Billion) in charge of Poverty Graduation programme and Complementary Initiatives. Sajid Baloch served with distinction as Deputy Permanent Delegate of Pakistan to UNESCO in Paris, including Member of Governing Executive Board of UNESCO responsible for coordination & programmes of UNESCO, and he was a key member of the 12 member drafting group of Global Development SDG-4-Education Agenda 2030. He also served as DG Basic Education managing 13000 schools and 5,00,000 poor students. Mr. Baloch also served in UNDP and UNOPS for 4 years as Head of GSP programme, and 3 of his gender & governance projects won the international awards. He also served as the Head of National Committee on ICT modern technology policy in Education. He also held the appointments as the Director Development, Finance, Excise, Agriculture, Labour, Industries and Registrar of Firms & NGOs, in the Islamabad Administration. He also served as the Deputy Secretary Establishment, as well as Deputy Commissioner of four districts.