Pakistan’s leading Commercial Bank, Habib Bank Limited (HBL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF), the largest skills development fund in Pakistan for promotion of employable skills in the country.

The MOU was signed by Amir Qureshi, Head of Consumer, Rural Banking and Small and Medium Enterprises, HBL, and Jawad Zahoor Khan, CEO of the Punjab Skills Development Fund.

The ceremony was attended by Mohamed Aurangzeb, President and CEO of HBL, and other senior executives from both organizations.

As per the Pakistani government’s vision of creating Ten million jobs, the Prime Minister’s Youth Entrepreneurship Program was developed under the motto “Kamyab Jawan”. The program aims to shape the future and well-being of Pakistani youth by providing them with access to vocational training so that they can find stable job opportunities and earn income.

Commenting on the caption, Aamir Qureshi, Head of Consumer, Rural Banking and Small and Medium Enterprises, HBL said,

HBL has always supported the national agenda for economic growth and social recovery in Pakistan. Through this partnership, HBL will provide loans to eligible young men and women under the Kamyap Guang scheme, which will enable them to run their businesses and create more job opportunities in the country.

Jawad Zahoor, CEO of PSDF, said:

PSDF is the largest skills development foundation in Pakistan with a proven track record of youth skills and their link to income opportunities. Through our partnership with HBL, PSDF will ensure that young people are well trained in technical and entrepreneurial skills to enhance their ability to receive Qamiab Javan loans and leverage them effectively to run successful businesses.

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