PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Saturday said the government was striving to facilitate young generation by providing them endless opportunities of employment through promotion of internet broadband connectivity.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony of National Incubation Centre (NIC) at Islamia College, he said the centre would cater to the needs of young generation in the field of information technology (IT) by keeping pace with the fast changes in the field of science.
He said incubation centre would explore the capabilities of young generation and serve as a bridge by giving them access to job opportunities inside the country as well as in the international market.
The prime minister said provision of broadband facility was also being considered as among significant needs of youth like basic education, adding it would help bring youth living in the far-flung and tribal areas in the national mainstream of development and prosperity.
He said facilitating young generation would eliminate issues like extremism, drug and arms use through opening of new vistas of growth and prosperity.
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