Under the PMYAP, the govt has launched a 33-member’National Youth Council’ to youth for income opportunities and better livelihood, a govt official told APP. According to media accounts, PM’s Startup Pakistan Program will support 1 million entrepreneurs. Meanwhile, in a bid to help unemployed and deserving youth of the nation, PMYAP has made a grand plan of internship programme for both undergraduate and interrogate pupils in the nation with stipend accordingly. The committee members will function as advisers to the PMSP Leadership Circle and would be accountable for providing a quarterly report on the activities including, problems, challenges, dangers, and advancement in their particular area into the chairman and the executive of the program. As
much the development of Startup Pakistan Program is worried, PMYAP had confirmed steering committee members of the program. As per a notification issued to the PM on Youth Affairs, Muhammad Usman Dar was appointed as the Chairman of Startup Pakistan Program. He’ll lead a team of 13 members including one secretary — Omar J Ghani, who’s a startup financing expert. It’s worth mentioning here that PMYAP has lasted a record functionality on completion of one year by giving important inputs to bring social and economic change for youth in the country.
The official explained that during the calendar year 2018-2019, PMYAP maintained a track record of performance as per expectations by making contributions for differently-abled youth. Moreover, the youth programme has also extended initiatives to enable youth of distant and rural places, uneducated youth, minorities youth, transgender youth, and young women.
In addition, PMYAP has developed a detailed strategy for Kamyab Jawan Programme under which many programs would be formulated. As the official stated; “It’ll be an Interest-free loan strategy under which clean lending facility will be provided to youth to get up to Rs. 500,000, whereas subsidized loans are also provided from Rs. 0.5 to 1 million, and Rs. 1 to 2 2.5 million.” In its attempt to ease Pakistani youth to enhance their skills, the government of Pakistan has recently allocated a budget of Rs. 10 billion for a variety of schemes under Prime Minister Youth Affairs Programme (PMYAP) through 2018-19, according to Associated Press of Pakistan.