(Lahore, Pakistan) Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) has taken the first movers advantage by endorsing the newly launched digital program in Pakistan by the name YP2G - Your Passport 2 Grow. The program is designed to help young people develop the right attitude and skills to improve their employability and overall life skills. The program is based on UK Mind Fit’s leadership development program - Behavioural Waste Management.
Mr. Neville Gaunt, global chairman of YP2G and CEO of Mind Fit along with the country head Pakistan Mr Ali Jafri discussed the program details with provincial minister of Higher Education Mr. Hamayun Sarfraz, who considered the modules of program in line with overall vision of the new government to engage youth, increase entrepreneurship and produce more quality graduates in the province.
Mr. Hamyun Sarfraz said, "the youth in Pakistan will find this program beneficial as it helps them to develop a Can Do Attitude better soft skills and as a result they become more employable. The more graduates we produce with such a positive attitude, the better it would be in general for overall social and economical impact."
The program's synopsis and features have already been virtually tested through series of webinars in collaboration with PHEC, whereby, the newly appointed chairman of PHEC, Dr. Fazal Khalid SI personally requested Mr. Gaunt to engage with the faculties of various universities in Punjab through their digital platform and take them through snapshot assessments. Overall the faculty found it quite a unique platform which can help students to remain focused and develop the right attitude to do more in life.
The program is not restricted to students and will also help corporates in their talent acquisition drive to hire graduates based on their overall soft skills transcripts and the right positive attitude.