Youngsters are the richest economies of the country

Youngsters are the richest economies of the country

February 8, 2018 | Ministries, Official News | Share:

Mirpurkhas, February 08, 2018 (PPI-OT): Youngsters are the richest economies of the country, through technical education, young people can not only lighten their name but also of their own country, only young people will be able to work hard, and always with great passion. This statement was given attended a program by Deputy Commissioner Mirpurkhas Zahid Hussein Memon in the Ajrak Club, Auditorium Hall, after the completion 10th Batch completion of the program of the Benazir Youth Development Program.

Addressing to a programme of the Career Council of technical Education, 11 technical education provider centers trainers and candidates from District technical education were participated. He further said that in the name of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto’s technical education would be continue for youth, to promote technical education, is a great deal of PPP government, that through this program youth has started working their business.

Deputy Commissioner Zahid Hussain Memon said that a large scale of our population is a youth class, so the educated youth should be able to achieve their future by getting technical education for their better future. He added that unfortunately, there is no institution for career counselling for youth in Mirpurkhas, youths will have to go ahead self-assessment for their better future.

Earlier, the District Monitoring Officer of BBSYDP Mirpurkhas Madam Nazira Laghari informed about the programme and said that for this programme of differently trades of technical education for youngsters have been completion of 10 stages of the programme and from the BBSYDP Programme the first time the Career Counselling programme have been arranged in District Mirpurkhas and said there are 11 technical institutions in Mirpurkhas District, which are giving different technical education to the educated youth under this program.

Earlier, detailed explanation of Assistant Director Sindh Technical Education Vocational Training Authority (STEVTA) Abdul Aziz Memon, Assistant Manager Employment Exchanges, Abdul Aleem Rajar, Assistant Director Social Welfare Junaid Mirza, Member of Micro Finance Shahzad Shaikh said that youth should be the first to register. In addition to them they can be registered in relevant institutions, besides microfinance has been given a small amount of loan payment to start their business. Now youth is responsible for working on employment opportunities in the field of employment and employment opportunities.

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Government of Sindh
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