RAHIM YAR KHAN: Under the Prime Minister’s project Kamyab Jawan, Training Center is established in Khawaja Farid University (KFU) with the purpose to reduce unemployment and drive economic growth in Pakistan by increasing the inflow of foreign currency.
This initiative is taken by the government of Punjab under the project to provide training to budding freelancers and enhance their professional capabilities. Through this initiative Government of Punjab will assist the youth in earning a sustainable income without depending on the Jobs for earning.
The government will spend more than 30 billion rupees on the establishment of training centers and Khawaja Farid University training center is the first center in this regard. More than 46 different courses like cyber security, industrial automation, word press, SEO skills, etc are offered to the students of southern Punjab and each course will be completed in three to six months time period.
Under the PM @ImranKhanPTI @KamyabJawanPK Rs10bn #HunarmandPakistan (Skills for All) scheme, @NavttcP is working with institutions like Khwaja Fareed UEIT are training thousands of youth in HiTech skills such cyber security, industrial automation, etc in every corner of #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/9EtkzWjMKY
— Javed Hassan (@javedhassan) October 3, 2021
Students, as well as the local community, are encouraged by the faculty of the university to enroll in these programs and equipped themselves according to the requirement of the world. The enrolled students will be trained by the specialized teaching staff and they will assist them to earn an honorable living using internet-based freelancing. Last year more than 500 students are enrolled in the training program and now these people are earning honorably.
Kamyab Jawan Program is the initiative of the present government with a vision to empower youth being the most precious asset of Pakistan. The journey started with the establishment of the Youth Affairs Wing with an aim to empower young people with skills set, resources & self-reliance opportunities by initiating a grand youth development program catering to multiple domains.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday launched the Kamyab Pakistan Program (KPP) worth Rs1,400 billion with an aim to uplift 3.7 million households across the country.