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Pakistan’s government has launched the KAMYAB JAWAN EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME FOR YOUTH, which aims to help the country’s youth find employment.

Usman Dar, the PM's Special Assistant on Youth Affairs, inaugurated a youth employment program on Sunday.

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Sajjad Ahmed
Sajjad Ahmed
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Usman Dar announced the start of registration for Kamyab Jawan’s Skills for All initiative, which would assist youth earn money for themselves and the nation.

At the third batch of the Kamyab Jawan Skills for All, the government has allocated 60,000 skill scholarships for students in 1000 top educational establishments around the country.

The federal minister told the Jobs Marathon participants that the government’s Kamyab Jawan Program aims to generate large job possibilities for young people (KJP).

He commended AAA Associates for arranging a Work Marathon to help young people find jobs, noting that 68 percent of the country’s population is under 30.

Usman Dar commended the private sector firms for responding to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s plea by enhancing employee pay.

The SAPM commended NAVTTC Chairman Syed Javed Hassan for creating the National Employment Exchange Tool, a cutting-edge site for job seekers and companies.

“We will strive to include the commercial, academic, and industrial sectors,” he said.

“We will hold Job fairs and Job Marathons in partnership with NAVTTC, ministries, and the business sector,” he said.

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