PM Khan has given approval to the biggest development programme of Pakistan called Hunarmand Pakistan-Skill for All. The programme is aimed at offering technical expertise in the different fields to the youth, as per the reports of local media.
The federal government has taken the decision to introduce the biggest skill development programme aimed at the welfare of youth.
The decision has been taken in a high-level meeting that was led by Prime Minister Imran Khan for discussing the measures for the welfare of the country’s youth.
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PM Khan has given approval to the Hunarmand Pakistan programme which would be introduced by the PM on Thursday with the allotment of Rs.30 billion. The project is being started under the Kamyab Jawan National Youth Development Programme over the suggestions of the National Skill Strategy Task Force. It is important to mention that the prime minister had also given Rs.100 billion funds for the Kamyab Jawan Programme.
Under the new project, millions of youth would be offered technical expertise in various centres that are to be built throughout the nation. The government would be setting up a teacher training, incubation centres, and smart land whereas the successful person would be given the internationally recognized permission letters.
Back in the month of August, the youth affairs program of the PM launched the Kamyab Jawan Program for the socio-economic development of the youth in the progress of the country.