ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Programme and Huawei Technologies Pakistan have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for mutual cooperation towards youth development in the Country.
The Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Youth Affairs Usman Dar and the Vice President Middle East Huwaei Technologies Spacelee witnessed the MoU signing ceremony in Islamabad.
Thanking Huawei for extending cooperation towards youth development in Pakistan, Usman Dar said that all available avenues will be explored and utilized for youth development. He said that youth is an untapped potential and the present government is taking all possible measures to utilize this huge opportunity.
“Huawei’s support in ICT sector for Pakistani youth is welcoming. Kamyab Jawan will continue to collaborate with partners working towards our shared goal of youth development and their true empowerment,” the special assistant said.
Huawei Technologies agreed to provide funding and facilitation for investing in the youth of Pakistan.
Registering more than 10,000 students in the practice track countrywide on their ICT skills each year and increasing the number every year is included in the agreement.
Evaluating and selecting top innovation projects from highlighted public and private sector universities based on Huawei’s emerging technologies is also included in the MoU.
Selecting a group of top students to participate in the global competition each year through multiple qualification rounds and rewarding higher achievers through Prize Money, Internship Programmes, etc is part of the signed agreement.
The Vice President Middle East Huwaei Technologies Spacelee said that Huawei’s assistance in the ICT Sector for Pakistan will be further enhanced in the future. He said that Pakistan has a lot of talent among its youth and Huawei will continue to help in harnessing this natural talent.
Training 5000 students in ICT annually; Huawei will also provide scholarships to deserving students from across the Country. Huawei will send the selected group of students to China for training in Huawei University, China.
Officials of the Prime Minister’s Office, the Deputy CEO Wuhan, the Deputy CEO Huawei Pakistan Ahmed Bilal Masood and the Director Huawei Jehanzeb Malik were also present during the signing ceremony.