Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurates the country’s largest ‘Hunarmand Jawan’ program to provide skills to youth.
At the inauguration, he talked about the program and declared the youth as a valuable asset of the country, he made it clear that Pakistan would never participate in any war but would make peace with other countries.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony in the Federal Capital, Islamabad, he said that life is a name of shame, good times are only in stories and those who understand it always benefit from bad times.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony in the Federal Capital, Islamabad, he describes youth as the biggest asset of the country, he said that we have the second-largest youth population in the world.
“We never emphasized the education of youth, never spent money on human development and wasted our biggest asset,” he said.
However, he said this skilled program is the first step in making his assets that can uplift this country.
During his address, he said that we spend as much money on education, health and technical education as they can.
He also mentioned 5 key points of the Hunarmand Jawan program.
Important points of the Hunarmand Jawan program
- 30 billion has been allocated for the program, Rs 10 billion will be used in the first phase.
- 5 lakh youth will be taught skills, including artificial intelligence, robotics, cloud computing skills, while in the first phase they will train 170000 people.
- He said that 500 training centres would be opened, 70 centres would open in madrassas in the first phase because till date we have not paid attention to the madrassas children.
- He also informed that there will be 300 smart technical centres, which will be affiliated with the International Quality Technical Institute.
- Imran Khan said that apart from this, the National Accreditation Counter will be opened, which means certification will be done on the category of all the centres of Pakistan.
Earlier, Radio Pakistan reported in its report that the program aims to provide skills through standardized vocational training.