The government’s remarkable initiative National Job Programme (NJP) to be launched to create productive employment opportunities for youth.
Keeping in line, Usman Dar peculiar assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs embrace a meeting with a team of German Development Scheme GIZ to explore various path of collaboration for the development of a competent NJP.
National Job Programme (NJP) consists of vocational training of youth in preeminent of TVET institutes, and their placements in pertinent industries to encourage national economic growth.
Furthermore, youth trained in high-end technologies in the fields of construction, hospitality, artificial intelligence, e-mobility and robotics would also endow to seek jobs in the international markets.
GIZ would rank the existing TVET sector institutes in the country based on the quality of their training programmes agreed in the Youth affairs job programme meeting.
Prime Minister’s Youth Programme would enlist top ranking institutes to communicate skills training to youth for a more productive employment under its National Job Programme.
Usman Dar valued GIZ for their role in the development of TVET sector in Pakistan, and articulated hope to influence their expertise in the meadow for creating better employment opportunities for the youth.