A sizable number of applicants showed up for the aptitude exam for the “Bano Qabil Program,” which was introduced by the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chapter and offers skill-based training in the field of information technology to young people in the city of lights.
In accordance with a statement released by the party, the Alkhidmat, the JI’s social welfare wing, is providing courses in freelancing, web development, application development, graphic design, digital marketing, and Amazon Virtual Assistant under the Bano Qabil Program in collaboration with renowned educational institutions and a team of professionals.
After completing four- to six-month courses, the qualifying students would receive support from the Alkhidmat as they looked for employment. The Bagh-e-Jinnah in Karachi served as the venue for the aptitude exam.
Before the test, the participants swore an oath promising to uphold Pakistan’s Islamic philosophy, contribute appropriately to the growth and development of the nation and the city, and refrain from engaging in any behavior that would reflect poorly on their families and nation. The oath was given by Karachi JI Emir Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman.
The participants would have free access to all of the courses, which typically range in price from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 80,000 each.
Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman addressed the audience and said that the JI had been doing its share to give Karachi’s residents, especially the young, hope for a better future.
If elected, he pledged, the JI mayor would ensure that the city of lights had an IT university. He declared that the JI will also provide training in other skills.
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