Thousands of female students appear in JI’s test for IT programme
Thousands of female students in Karachi appeared in the aptitude test for ‘Bano Qabil’ programme launched by Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) that offers skill-based trainings in the field of information technology (IT).
JI’s welfare wing Al-Khidmat, in collaboration with leading educational institutions and a team of professionals, has offered freelancing, web-development, applications development, graphic designing, digital marketing, and Amazon Virtual Assistant courses under the Bano Qabil Program.
The statements issued by JI revealed that thousands of female students participated in the aptitude test and eligible candidates will participate in courses of four to six months.
“Following the completion of relevant courses, Al-Khidmat will be supporting them in job hunt,” statement added.
The courses offered in the programme cost between Rs50,000 to Rs80,000 and this is the first of its kind programme by any political party in the country where the participants will be provided these courses for free.
Addressing the participants, JI Karachi chief Hafiz Naeemur Rehman said his party had been playing its role to give Karachiites, particularly youth, a ray of hope for a better future.
He said that JI has a vision for both men and women of the city and vowed that if Karachi will get the mayor from JI, he will ensure the establishment of an IT university in the city.
Naeemur Rehman also vowed to make Karachi a hub of Information Technology (IT) of the country and the region.
He added that the party will also offer other skill courses which will provide the foundation for the youth of Karachi to excel in the field of IT.
“The programme will enable the youth to become an asset to their family,” he said.