Kamyab jawan Program is reaching new heights as nearly one million youth has applied in it for business loan.
According to the details, special Assistant on Youth Affairs Usman Dar says the government is committed to empower youth and steps are being taken in this regard.
He was addressing a ceremony in Islamabad today (Wednesday), during his speech, he said Kamyab Jawan Program will play a pivotal role in economic development of country by empowering the young generation.
He also said the government is also working in consultation with the provinces on the programs aimed at empowering the youth.
Dar said the youth will be able to start their own business through these programs.
Usman Dar said one hundred billion rupees have been earmarked for the youth under the Kamyab Jawan Program and ten hundred thousand applications have so far been received.
The special assistant said, under the program, process of issuance of loans to the youth on easy terms will be started soon.
He said thirty billion rupees have been allocated for Prime Minister’s Hunarmand Pakistan program, which will help the youth start their business by attaining professional education.
Prime Minister Imran Khan had inaugurated the Hunarmand Jawan program earlier this month.
This program will be carried out in next four years, costing 30 billion rupees.
It will facilitate youth through easy loans, professional capacity-building, start-ups and internships.
In first phase, around 170,000 youth will give professional skill-based training.
Out of which 50,000 will train in areas of artificial intelligence, robotics and other advanced areas of technology.
Prime minister said while addressing to the ceremony that Pakistan had to become a welfare state.
Pakistanis that went America and Britain got opportunities to become successful. In developed countries, every citizen has equal opportunities for development.
The state of Madinah is based on two principles: justice and humanity.
The principles on which the State of Madinah was based was a successful model, it is our responsibility to take care of the weak and the poor.