Monday , October 21 2019

Prime Minister Youth skills development program (Batch -I) 4th phase 2018

PMYSDP Phase 4 Batch 1

Prime Minister Youth skills development program (Batch -I) 4th phase for session 2018. Government of Pakistan is providing training program and the programs especially design for CPEC China-Pakistan economic corridor, under this skills development program government of Pakistan will train 100,000/- students in different fields to fulfill labor and kills requirement.

Eligibility Criteria:

The age of the applicant must be between 18 to 40 years.
Females applicants are encouraged to apply.
Madaaras Students and those with any form of dis-ability are also encouraged to apply.
Third gender applicants are also encouraged to apply

Advertisement Prime Minister Youth Skill Development Program- Phase 4 (Batch 1)

The Prime Minister Youth Skills Development Programme aims to professional training and experience to fresh young candidates. So, that they also may be able to gain fruitful skills which will help throughout their career. Unlike many other training programs, here the applicants will also be paid for their time and effort.

PMYSDP Phase 4 Batch 1

Prime Minister’s Youth Skills Development Programme
Brief Description
Aimed at training unemployed youth of Pakistan for acquiring productive skills for gainful employment.

Eligibility Criteria
All young men/women aged up to 35 years with middle level education shall be eligible.

Madaaras students and students with disability are also encouraged to apply.
Geographical Spread
All over Pakistan.

Fees Support
On average fee support would be Rs.5,000 per month for six months

Stipend
Rs.2500 per month for six months. Rs. 3500 per month per student for FATA students.

On the Job Training
One month on the job training would be included in the 6-months program

Number of Trainees
25,000 annually

Training Program
Training in 195 demand-driven trades commonly in demand both at home and abroad.
Executing agency
NAVTTC/Ministry of Education and Trainings, in collaboration with Provincial TEVTAs and other Government/Private Sector Skills Training Institutes which will also design the program and final evaluation form