SOS Technical Training Institute is a joint venture of SOS Children’s Villages of Sindh and INFAQ Foundation. Under a Memorandum of Understanding, signed in 2007, INFAQ is responsible to bear the cost of building, equipment, furniture, fixtures and training aids for the Institute, while SOS Children’s Villages of Sindh provides running expenses to manage the Institute as a social welfare project. The institute was inaugurated on February 3, 2010 and, in a short span of time, it has made positive contributions towards community welfare.
In January, 2015, free education for all students was introduced. This resulted in the increase in number of students. In each session of six months duration about 600 students are admitted. More than 1000 students will graduate each year. About 100 girls also join the institute in each session.