Globally acknowledged technology and innovation company Microsoft along with World Vision-Pakistan has taken an initiative to avail employment opportunities and to train Pakistani youth in accordance with latest techniques and technology.
The platform launched by Microsoft is Pakistan’s first of its kind employability platform that vows to avail job-matching and mentorship, end-to-end career guidance, up-skilling that all on a free website Rozgar.Work.
The initiative is well perceived nationwide at is an amazing offer for the young innovators who are gearing to have more and more skills and need some opportunity to show their ideas under a perfect mentorship.
The launching ceremony of Microsoft’s Rozgar.Work took place at Serena Hotel, Islamabad, many tech-enthusiasts and some forefront name also were among the attendees of the launch event. The Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal was the chief guest of the event.
Ahsan Iqbal while speaking at the launch said:
“It is heartening to see a technology leader like Microsoft, working on Youth Workforce Development, in collaboration with a robust humanitarian organization like ‘World-Vision International-Pakistan’.
Leveraging technology can help expand social-development outreach like never before. Smartphone penetration and increased connectivity can transform eLearning & teaching resources, while opening fresh avenues of knowledge for the masses. We need to invest on our youth, to meet national challenges.”