RAJANPUR - To enhance competitiveness in Punjab, through a quality and productive workforce by developing demand-driven, standardized, dynamic and integrated technical education and vocational training service, the Punjab government is establishing vocational training institutes and Kasb-e-Maash programme is an attempt to train those people who could not get proper education for one of the other reason to earn their livelihood honourably.  District Coordinator Mrs Zakia Yasmeen said this while talking to the newsmen here in a function held in connection with Kasb-e-Maash programme here.

She distributed course certificates among 135 boys and girls students who have been completed their training in different skills including, beautician course, knitting course and motorcycle mechanic course and other courses at Jampur.

She also distributed cheques for the purchase of tool boxes among the students. Mrs Zakia Yasmeen, Malik Asad, Arif Qureshi and Principal, Rana Mohammad Saeed Hussain Tabasum were also present on the occasion.