Train­ing so­lu­tion

Enterprise - - Editor's Desk -

Through es­tab­lish­ments like STEVTA, we are sure the gov­ern­ment is work­ing to build em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties to get the econ­omy back on track. Ab­dul Wahid Uqaily, in his in­ter­view to En­ter­prise, has rightly pointed out the sen­si­tive dy­nam­ics of Pak­istan. The huge young pop­u­la­tion has im­mense po­ten­tial to progress in ev­ery field. Even in the de­vel­oped economies, it is not the univer­sity de­gree alone but re­sources and skills that drive the use­ful­ness of in­di­vid­u­als and run in­dus­tries. By im­part­ing skills to gen­er­ate em­ploy­ment, the coun­try can eas­ily fight poverty and all other so­cial ills. It is de­press­ing to find such im­mense tal­ent sit­ting idle. There is need for more public-pri­vate part­ner­ships to make the most of this valu­able re­source. Khaliq Mughal Karachi

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