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Usman Dar took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce that the registration for Kamyab Jawan’s Skills for All programme was now open.
An employment programme for youth has been launched under the Kamyab Jawan initiative. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar introduced the programme on Sunday in the closing ceremony of Jobs Marathon in Islamabad.
Addressing the participants of Jobs Marathon, the federal minister said:
The government strives to create massive employment opportunities for young people under the Kamyab Jawan Programme (KJP). I congratulate the management of AAA Associates for organizing a Jobs Marathon programme to give jobs to the youth. Such programmes are the need of the hour as 68 percent of the country’s population comprises youth aged less than 30 years.
Usman Dar also thanked all the private sector organizations for raising their employees’ salaries, responding to the appeal of Prime Minister Imran Khan. The SAPM appreciated Chairman, National Vocational and Technical Training (NAVTTC) Syed Javed Hassan for introducing the National Employment Exchange Tool, a state of the art portal, and one platform for job seeks and employers.
The SAPM on Youth Affairs further stated:
We will try to bring the private sector, academics, and industry on the platform. We will organize Job fairs and Jobs Marathons in collaboration with NAVTTC, different ministries, and the private sector to facilitate maximum youth of the country.
Usman Dar took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce that the registration for Kamyab Jawan’s Skills for All programme was now open. He said:
The government has earmarked 60,000 skill scholarships for students in 1000 top educational institutes of the country in the third batch of the Kamyab Jawan Skills for All.
In the tweet, he encouraged youngsters to register to polish their skills and earn revenues for themselves and the country.
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