Prime Minister Youth Programme: Anwaar ul Haq Kakar – the Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan – has said that youngsters from merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa should be given special importance and attention in PM Youth Schemes.
According to the media reports, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar chaired the meeting of the Prime Minister Youth Programme in Islamabad today (Thursday, December 21). He termed the young generation as the future of the nation and declared the welfare of the youth as a top priority of the government. He said disbursement of loans under the Youth Programme should be done in an extremely responsible manner and with caution.
To attain the intended outcomes, the Prime Minister suggested that the Skill Development Schemes should evolve their strategy. To ensure that master trainers have the potential to provide other people with high-quality instruction, he gave the order to begin training programs for them.
The PM Skill Development Programme has taught nearly half a million people since 2013, according to information presented at the meeting. 56,000 persons will receive training in the upcoming phase, most of them in high-tech skills. Approximately 500,000 computers were reportedly given to pupils between June 2013 and June 2023. In addition, the PM Youth Business and Agriculture Loan Scheme provided youth with simple loans totaling more than 100 billion rupees between 2013 and 2023.
More than 83, 323 young athletes have the chance to succeed in sports including volleyball, squash, football, and badminton through the PM Talent Hunt and Sports League. It was reported that initiatives totaling 80 billion rupees had been introduced for the current fiscal year. These programs include the Green Revolution, Digital Hub, One-Window, Laptops, Business and Agricultural Loan, Women Empowerment, Education Endowment Fund, and Tube-Well Solarization.