PM Khan would be launching the largest-ever skilled development programme of the country that is the Hunarmand Jawan programme today, as per the reports of local media.
The programme would be conducted in the span of the next 4 years, costing almost 30 billion rupees and would be facilitating the youth via easy loans facility, start-ups, professional capacity and internships.
In the initial phase, nearly 170,000 youth would be offered professional skill-based training of which 50,000 would be given trained in the areas of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, robotics and other advanced areas of the technology.
In the same way, the 50,000 youth would be offered training at the Technical Education and Vocational Training in the traditional areas which includes the auto-mechanics, plumbing, etc., whereas 20,000 youth would be offered the apprenticeship.
Nearly 75 smart classrooms would be built for ensuring easy access to skill and professional education other than providing such training at 70 madaris.
5 Centres of Excellence would be set up under the programme in collaboration with the friendly nations.
Back in the month of August, PM Youth Affairs Program had introduced the Kamyab Jawan Programme for the socio-economic development of the youth in the progress of the nation.