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New Clippings Year 2011

Youth Engagement Services (YES) Network Pakistan is a legally registered non-profit organization. YES Network Pakistan has played a pioneer role in introducing the concepts of youth service and youth social entrepreneurship in the country. It has trained and engaged youth and youth serving institutions in designing and implementation of youth-led service projects. YES Network Pakistan has pioneered the concept of treating disadvantaged youth living in low-income communities “as a solution, not as a problem” in the country.

YES Network Pakistan backing towards disadvantaged Graduates

YES Network Pakistan and Punjab Vocational Training Council (PVTC) Signed a Memorandum of Understanding for Introducing and institutionalizing the concept of Youth Social Entrepreneurship in Vocational Training Institutes of PVTC YES Network Pakistan and Punjab Vocational Training Council signed today a Memorandum of Understanding to begin a formal partnership that will integrate the concept of youth social entrepreneurship into Vocational Training Institutes of PVTC. The MOU signing ceremony was held at the PVTC head office. The MOU was signed by Mr. Faisal Ijaz Khan, Chairman Punjab Vocational Training Council and Mr. Ali Raza Khan, Chief Executive Officer, YES Network Pakistan. This joint initiative will help young people to gain knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to start their own social enterprises. “Through the Youth Enterprise Generator program, our long-term goal is to inspire and equip young people to become agents of positive change through their involvement in civil society, economic development and their communities.” said CEO of YES Network Pakistan, Mr. Ali Raza Khan. “PVTC is proud to launch this program to help the disadvantaged youth to set new direction of their working careers. Our role is to provide young people with the tools they need to play positive and constructive roles within Pakistani society.”


Independence Day of Pakistan celebrated across VTI's to aware the youth (Trainees) of PVTC regarding the mission behind the existence of Pakistan & Quaid-e-Azam philosophy, especially allied with Vocational & Technical Education for the betterment of Pakistan, which he addressed to All Education Conference (November 27, 1947). ''I must emphasize that greater attention should be paid to technical and vocational education.''

Carnival related to Independence Day celebrated in following forms:-

1. Content Writing Competition among trainees

2. Speech Competition among Trainees

3. Poster designing

4. In bound Seminars in VTIs

Almost all the VTIs celebrated the Independence Day at different Levels. Celebration of the Pakistan Day started from the flag hoisting ceremony in VTIs after recitation and translation from Holy Quran in the presences of Principal and all staff members, after that National Anthem was sung by the trainees. Program was ended with the National Anthem, Prayer and some new hopes, emotions and new promises to our Motherland; we shall never deny scarifying for our beloved country at any step. All the trainees had shown their patriot views. A combined statement was spoken by staff & trainees that all of us will remain loyal to country & work harder for its development.