Thousands of jobs for skilled Pakistanis in leading country

Japan will sign a notice of comprehension (MoU) at a function here on December 23 (Monday) for import of skilled Pakistani labor relating to 14 unique areas.

“The MoU will empower Pakistanis to work in 14 parts of Japan, including development, data innovation, nursing, assembling, building and others,” Special Assistant to the Prime Minster on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Sayed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari said during an online intuitive session (Pakistan Se Rabta) with the ostracizes here on Friday.

He said the ministry had already started sending skilled workforce to few European countries, including Romania and the United Kingdom.

 “We are exploring new markets for export of manpower other than the Middle East,” he said while responding to the query of a Pakistani expatriate.

Zulfikar Bukhari said the service was working out an advanced component to guarantee bother free procedure for planning displaced people in the protectorate workplaces.

He said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government had increased the pension of Employees Old-age Benefit Institution (EOBI) from Rs6,500 to Rs8,500, which was a step towards building the country on the pattern of State of Madina.

“We are intending to raise this amount up to Rs15,000 by the end of our tenure (2023),” Bukhari said, adding reforms were being introduced in the EOBI to enhance its revenue for the welfare of pensioners.

The SAPM said the service had figured out how to strengthen four EOBI super tasks inside first year of the PTI government, other than propelling the development deal with two of them.

“Two projects, including Overseas Employment Corporation (OEC) Tower, and Ciniplex and Commercial Complex, will be leased out by February, 2020 to generate additional revenues for EOBI pensioners,” he added.

At present, he said 18 undertakings worth billions of rupees were in case, including these lawful issues would be settled soon.

In the interim, Japanese Ambassador Kuninori Matsuda met Sayed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari for a pre-discourse on the MoU to be marked on Monday.

As per the official statement got here, both the dignitaries talked about a wide scope of issues identified with exchange, the travel industry and labor.

Regarding the MoU, the diplomat said Japan would manufacture a system, as a team with language colleges in Pakistan, and do three to a half year’s language capability course with e-learning offices for remote in order to oblige most extreme number of Pakistanis to work in Japan.

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