E-Rozgar Program students earn more than Rs. 8 billion

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E-Rozgar Program students earn more than Rs. 8 billion

The skilled youth of Punjab have been able to earn more than Rs. 8.152 billion thanks to the e-Rozgar Training Program, an initiative of the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) and the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports.

The e-Rozgaar Training Program has been training unemployed students from Punjab in seven various disciplines, such as e-Commerce, Technical Content Marketing, Mobile App Development, and Creative Designing. More than 54,000 pupils have finished their course as of this writing.

A recent study found that candidates who completed the e-Rozgaar program have earned more than Rs. 8.152 billion online so far. It is important to note that there are currently 45 active e-Rozgaar Centers in Punjab.

E-Rozgar new session

Up to this point, the E-Rozgar training program, which runs more than 32 training facilities in Punjab, has trained up to 28,000 students, with 54% of them being women. These students have so far contributed Rs. 2.4 billion in foreign currency.

As part of the program, the following three-month courses are being offered:

  • Advertising & Content Marketing
  • Original Design
  • E-commerce
  • Freelancing

However, the following conditions must be met in order to be selected for the E-Rozgar program:

  •  Punjab province Domicile
  • a functioning Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC).
  • 16 years of education
  • a maximum of 35 years old.

The website address for applicants is http://www.erozgaar.pitb.gov.pk Apply to take an online entry test and, at a later time, deposit your attested documents online.

The National Freelance Training Program, the DigiSkills program, and the E-Rozgar training program are all part of the government’s concerted national drive toward building a knowledge economy as part of the Digital Pakistan vision.  Additionally, work is being done on the Digital Pakistan 2021 policy, which will promote Pakistan’s digital transformation by delivering reliable and inexpensive digital services to improve the standard of living and economic prosperity of its population.

Youth efforts to digitize have already started to pay off, with Pakistan’s IT exports projected to exceed $2 billion in 2021 and reach up to $14 billion by 2030.

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