Islamabad: Prime Minister’s Youth Skill Development Programme has been kicked off at 350 technical and vocational training institutes across the country.
A spokesperson of National Vocational and Technical Training Commission told in an interview Tuesday that 25,000 unemployed youth will be imparted training under this program in different trades.
The spokesperson said three thousand rupees will be given to selected trainees from FATA as monthly stipends, while others will be given two thousand rupees.
Training also includes one-month on job training while in some trades, free tool-kits will be given to the trainees.
The program, which is realization of the Prime Minister’s resolve to equipped our youth with better skills and appropriate employment, has simultaneously been launched in all four provinces, Gilgit Baltistan and Azad Kashmir.
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