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Prime Minister's Youth Training Scheme (PMYTS)

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Last date of registration is 11 Feb 2016

Prime Minister's Youth Training Scheme

Brief Description

Aimed at training the educated youth of Pakistan through internship in private and public sector offices.

Last date of registration is 11 Feb 2016

Eligibility Criteria

  • 16 years HEC recognized degree or equivalent.
  • Diploma of 3 years after Matric / FSc.
  • Madrassah graduates are also entitled to apply.
  • 50% of marks or 2.5 CGPA in final degree/diploma is the minimum threshold for selection of interns.
  • Age limit is upto 25 years on 31-12-2015.
  • Pakistani National.
  • There is no gender discrimination female candidates will be encouraged to apply.

Geographical Spread

All over Pakistan


Rs.12,000 per month for 12 months

Number of Interns


Training Programme

Focal points in each private and public office will be responsible for ensuring effective use of the internees' services

Areas of Training

All leading private sector firms/bodies and development sector organizations, federal, provincial and local government offices including educational institutions will be offered services of the internees

Allocation of Interns

Primarily, the allocation of interns will be made in accordance with the NFC award and FPSC's recruitment criteria for provincial/regional quotas for all three years. The selection of Interns will be as per their domicile but can be placed in originations outside of their domicile region based on the demand profile and matching of applicant profile. Per year allocation of interns is as under

S.No. Province Interns
1. Azad Jammu & Kashmir 1000
2. Balochistan 3000
3. Northern Areas/FATA 2000
4. Islamabad/Federal Region 3750
5. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 5750
6. Punjab 25000
7. Sindh (Urban/Rural) 9500
  Total 50,000

Registraion Forms

Executing Agencies

  1. A top class management consulting firm/university from the private sector in collaboration with the Government, will be responsible for the design, placement of internees and their periodic evaluation.