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Banazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Program
Good news for the youth of Sindh CEAD is going to start six different certificate programs in the evening shift, our certificate programs are sponsored by BBSYDP (Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Program) starts from 17th March 2014 and ending date 22nd August 2014. The subject which we are offering are as under : S# Subject Seats Duration Stipent 1. Pottery and ceramic design 25 6 Months 3000/- 2. Complete drawing course 25 6 Months 3000/- 3. Photography 25 6 Months 3000/- 4. Video and film making 25 6 Months 3000/- 5. Calligraphy 25 6 Months 3000/- 6. Computer graphic designing 25 3 Months 3000/- Only candidates having domicile of Sindh. The eligible candidates having education or HSC or SSC can get monthly stipend as per criteria of BBSYDP you can apply on or before 09th December. Further details also visit www.bbsydp.org You may contact: Mr. Fazal Ellahi Khan on Cell:03337904471 or Office:0222110011
Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Program [BBSYDP] was initiated in the year 2008 which has trained 275,000 (Approx) educated, semi literate, uneducated youth [18 to 35 Years] in 389 trades of 89 employable sectors with an objective to facilitate them for employment and curtail poverty. The Program is designed to address the poverty and unemployment of youth by imparting them skilled trainings in the employable trades; viewing the dire need of society to develop quality human resource through a strategic and focused program to raise the economy of province in specific and country in general leading to a prosperous Pakistan. Moreover, it would improve the socio-economic conditions of masses and generate employment opportunities. This program will also increase the public and private sectors efficiency via well placed trained and skilled work force. Admitting the fact, the Human Resource Development (HRD) is a long term, slow & gradual process, Government of Sindh intends to re-structure this program on permanent basis by Act of Assembly.
Youth Skills Development Programmes