Youth has great potential to bring Socio-Economic Development in the Country
Saturday, 1st January, 2022
The teachers are a harbinger of change in the country
Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser has said that the talent and skills of our youth have earned respect and dignity all around the world. He said that teachers are real leaders who can inspire their students to bring positive changes. He said that teachers in Pakistan are capable and they proved themselves as a worth model to be followed. He said that Islam stressed acquiring education for all and the role of universities to impart education to our youth is undeniable. He expressed these views while addressing the 16th Convocation of the National University of Modern Languages (NUML) in Islamabad today.
Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser has remarked that Pakistani youth has the potential to bring socio-economic development to the country. He said that practical life requires real targets and hard work for achieving these targets. He stressed on degree holders students to set their clear targets for serving humanity. He said that the incumbent government is especially focusing on improving the plight of Youth and making them skillful. He said that the habit of hard work and consistency was imperative to change the fate of the nation. He said that the government is committed to ensuring that everyone desirous of getting a higher education and having the required capability gets the opportunity to access and complete it.
Speaker Asad Qaiser also said that after achieving degrees now it is up to successful students to contribute practically to the socio-economic development of the country. He remarked that this is an age of ever-changing technologies and in order to grow in the modern world it is essential to acquire skills especially in the field of Information Technology. He said that the incumbent government program of Kamyab NoJawan would facilitate youth to acquire skills in the latest technologies.
Later on, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser inscribed his remarks in the visitor book of NUML and made group photographs with students of NUML.