Islamabad: The hospitality and tourism industry has immense potential for creating jobs and career opportunities for Pakistani youth, Federal Education and Training Parliamentary Secretary Wajiha said on Monday Qamar.
“Pakistan can develop its youth to be part of the hotel and tourism industry workforce in all regions of the world. The government is committed to promoting and developing Pakistan’s tourism and hospitality sector, which can create millions of new employment opportunities for Pakistan’s youth, ”she said during the speech. Pakistan and Dubai College of Tourism and Hotel Management (COTHM) convened to local hotel.
The parliamentary secretary called for professional and meaningful education for the empowerment and socio-economic development of young people.
She said the tourism and hospitality sector is one of the most powerful segments of the Pakistani economy.
Wajiha Qamar praised the role of COTHM in developing skilled and skilled youth and promoting the hospitality and tourism sector in Pakistan.
Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) General Manager Rana Aftabur Rehman stressed the importance of tourism and hospitality sector in boosting Pakistan’s economy and said that being an industry to Labor-intensive, it could be capitalized for job creation for young people.
“Pakistan’s young population is one of its greatest assets. If provided with quality training and skills to engage economically, they will significantly boost the national economy, ”he said.
Other dignitaries included German Ambassador Bernhard Schlagheck, Honorary Consul General of Cyprus Mian Habibullah, Director General of the Office for Emigration and Foreign Employment Kashif Ahmed Noor, and civil society activists. .
COTHM Pakistan and Dubai Founder and CEO Ahmad Shafiq praised the students for taking this important educational milestone and urged them to believe in the dignity of hard work.
He said the hospitality and tourism sector could transform the economy and project a positive image of Pakistan across the world.
“The export potential of our skilled and skilled youth can play a vital role in strengthening our national treasure through foreign remittances,” he said. Wajiha Qamar awarded diplomas to successful graduates.