Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar has said that the youth is the asset of the country they will be fully facilitated to start their businesses.
While addressing the soft launching of the Startup Pakistan Program in Islamabad on Monday, Asad Umar said the initiative would create jobs and strengthen economic activities in the country in an inclusive, scalable and sustainable manner.
He said the youth should adopt a “think big start from small” approach for success. One million students will train through 10000 startup programs by 2023. The minister said jobs are being created by small entrepreneurship in the world and Pakistan will be successful in it, Radio Pakistan reported.
Asad Umar said this program will be expanded across the country.
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17 November, 2019