50,000 unemployed youth benefit from PM’s Kamyab Jawan Programme

20
US sees Pakistan useful only to clean up
Staff Reporter
Peshawar

Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Programme became the biggest project of federal government which provided job opportunities to youngsters in the country.

“Launched in October 2019, the PM Kamyab Jawan programme has become successful in providing jobs to around 50,000 youngsters in the country in two year,” says Usman Dar, Special Advisor to Prime Minister for Youth Affairs.

Sharing success stories of Kamyab Jawan programme on social media, Usman Dar said youth was given training on latest high tech course pertaining to dairy farming for starting a livelihood through provision of micro loans on very easy terms.

He said Kamyab Jawan programme is concentrating on each and every sector to benefit maximum number of youth for enabling them to stand up on their feet and contribute in improving economy of the country.

“For starting up a business the main requirement is a proper and suitable business plan for which youths are given guidance and training under the programme and results are very successful,” Usman Dar commented.

He also shared stories of different beneficiaries of the programme who were all praised of the initiative and said provision of loan and training helped them to start business.

Muhammad Asif, a resident of Khanewal district of Punjab, shared that support from PM Jawan programme helped him upgrade his dairy farm and now he is making a better earning. Sahibzadi, a female from Gilgit Baltistan (GB), established ready made garments business center at Rawalpindi after getting guidance and financial support from the programme.

After getting awareness about the programme through social media, Sahibzadi said she applied online for getting benefits of the scheme and was selected for bank loan of Rs. One million which enabled her to start business.

She thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for launching such an effective and beneficial programme helping a large number of youth and unemployed people to get guidance and financial support for starting up businesses.

Safia Qureshi, a young qualified girl from Peshawar, had never thought that her unique business idea of ‘Roof Top Gardening’ will so easily get started and flourish in a short period, but financial support from Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Programme helped to make her dream materialized.

Previous articleTorkham border crossing opened for pedestrian movement
Next articlePeshawar-DIK Motorway will bring development in region