By: Our Correspondent
ISLAMABAD: Job Marathon was organized jointly by AAA Associates and Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Programme held at Ayub Park, Rawalpindi. Usman Dar, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Youth Affairs (SAPM) graced the occasion as chief guest. The event provided more than 100 jobs to aspiring candidates. AAA Associates understands the importance of induction of fresh talent into its outstanding team of architects, engineers, android developers, executive sales staff, data analysis, support and maintenance personnel in addition to a whole sleuth of domains.
Usman Dar, SAPM on Youth Affairs appreciated the efforts of AAA Associates and emphasised on arranging such events frequently. Addressing the event, he said, “Such events should take place regularly, and companies from various business sectors should bring forth such events to support the workforce find better job opportunities. This also helps employers to find right human resource as per their professional requirements”
Dar said that a number of Initiatives have been launched for youth development under the umbrella of the Kamyab Jawan Programme. “ We have disbursed about Rs. 32 billion for business loans to young entrepreneurs in our efforts to create employment opportunities in the country. Under Rs. 10 billion Kamyab Jawan’s Skills Scholarships programme, more than 100,000 youth have been skilled, especially in hi-tech fields. Admissions for more than 60,000 more scholarships are open in about 1000 institutes across Pakistan”.
Dar said that the private sector must be the main provider and engine of creating jobs in the market. He stressed that youth must get skills to meet the growing needs of industries in the country.
Sheikh Fawad Bashir, Chairman AAA Associates said that, “AAA Associates is humbled to offer employment opportunities through AAA Associates’ sub-companies AAA Real Estate, AAA Builders, Hype advertising, AAA IT Solutions, AAA Marketing, Yusaied and many more to the deserving candidates and will always be involved in endeavours to make the country’s economy stronger”.