Japan will give jobs for Pakistani freelancers trained under the E-Rozgaar

The E-Rozgaar training program will be part of a project of the Youth Department and the Punjab Informatics Board and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICAs) for the creation of global work opportunities for qualified freelancers (PITB).

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which examines opportunities for the global development of skilled freelancers for the E-Rozgaar network, has demonstrated a strong interest in working together with e-Rozgaar, an online meeting held with e-Rozgaar team members. PITB arranged two focus group discussions with the members of the JICA to learn about the principles and activities of e-Rozgaar and its professional freelance workers.

JICA highlighted the general and technical awareness online meetings and shared its interest in helping them to recognize Punjab's goal of independence and empowering young people financially and socially. The JICA team obtained briefings on the skills and challenges of Pakistani self-employed people in the search.

The senior JICA representative Hirotaka Izumi told the participants about her ICT development project in developing countries such as Pakistan. The Punjab International Information Technology Board, including the E-Rozgaar Training Programme, welcomed programs for the human development of the ICT industry.

PITB recently announced that it has begun accepting new E-Rozgar training kit application forms. It also argued that until now the graduates of E-Rozgaar have been adding a foreign exchange of Rs2.4 billion.

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