Taleem Aur Hunar Sath Sath: Punjab govt launches program to encourage skill-building
Through multiple youth-related initiatives, the provincial government is providing the opportunity to grow and nurture the youth ecosystem in the province
In order to help polish the skills of individuals, and encourage them to learn new ones, the government of Punjab has launched the ‘Taleem Aur Hunar Sath Sath’ program.
Through multiple youth-related initiatives, the provincial government is providing the opportunity to grow and nurture the youth ecosystem in the province. Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) has made a commitment to promote ‘skills of the future’ and to make citizens realize the significance of acquiring employable skills that they can utilize in the digital space.
Orientation drive will be conducted in 10 major cities of Punjab in which notable influencers, speakers, and trainers will be engaged in this initiative to motivate students of universities and colleges. Stay tuned for more updates. 2/2
— Punjab Information Technology Board (@PITB_Official) September 18, 2022
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It is pertinent to mention that education and skills are interlinked, and each of them has its own significance. This is why universities play a big part as hubs of knowledge development among the youth for enhancing the knowledge economy. This knowledge can then be applied to economic development, innovation, and research.
Since the youth of the country is a fundamental asset of the future, the Punjab government has also initiated awareness campaigns. The events will be organized in distinct public-sector universities in the 10 cities of Punjab.
The campaigns will include engaging activities, and talks from PITB representatives, renowned motivational speakers, and government officials. The guests will lay emphasis on the importance of knowledge and skills for the youth, which they need to succeed in today’s day and age. Ministers and other notable dignitaries may also be present at the event.
It is important for the students of these universities to attend these events, and learn about the motivating stories of the country.
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