Prime Minister Youth Affairs (PYMAP) to develop broad “technical internship programmes” in collaboration with the Japanese companies

Muhammad Usman Dar said that the government of Japan was already enlarging cooperation in various fields, assisting programmes that offer human resource development of youth.

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Together with the government of Japan, Prime Minister Youth Affairs (PYMAP) has started working to develop broad “technical internship programmes” in association with the Japanese companies.

According to an official, Muhammad Usman Dar, Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Youth Affairs, held meetings with the delegates from Japanese embassy to contemplate over the comprehensive plan for accommodating the youth from Pakistan in the Japanese companies for an internship.

Muhammad Usman Dar said that the government of Japan was already enlarging cooperation in various fields, assisting programmes that offer human resource development of youth.

He said that the Japanese government had agreed on different Japanese funded projects to expand the benefits for youth development in Pakistan because of the huge experience and advancement of the Japanese authorities in different economic and social sectors’ development.

UNDP to monitor PYMAP:

The PMYAP official said soon with joint assistance of Japan, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other funding agencies the Project Monitoring Unit for the PM’s Kamyab Jawan Programme would begin.

He said that scholarships in different subjects and academic programmes were already being offered by Japan to young Pakistani students.

He also said that the growing contacts between people, cultural ties and business relations between both the countries were evident to strong bilateral coordination.

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