PMYAP to launch the “Start-up Pakistan Programme”

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Under the umbrella of the Kamyab Jawan Programme, Prime Minister Youth Affairs Programme (PMYAP) has planned to launch the “Start-up Pakistan Programme”. The aim is to learn new technologies by engaging 100,000 students.

The objective of the program is to offer training to 1 million students from different unis and technical colleges all over Pakistan.

The official sources claim that the program will offer support to all the universities and vocational training centers in developing capacity in incubation services. It will allow students to start their own business.

The program will provide funding to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) so that the expansion of Business Incubation Centres (BICs) is accelerated.

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500,000 trainings will be provided in entrepreneurship. And, blended incubation will be provided for all the HEC accredited universities across Pakistan to graduate 5,000 start-ups from BICs.

NAVTIC will provide training to 500,000 youths in entrepreneurship and blended incubation for the top 300 technical training centers across Pakistan.

Overseas Pakistanis will be engaged from developed nations to empower the young technology entrepreneurs and provide guidance, open markets.

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