The virtual platform will cluster youths with the same choice and then dole out customized written and visual content in addition to offering them direct interactions with the resource persons of relevant arenas.
AL General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said Bangladesh Awami League wants to support each family with an overarching purpose to help youths explore their potential.
"Under the initiative of AL sub-committee on education and human resources and AL's research wing Center for Research and Information (CRI), they have taken up this initiative to support youths as the first political party in South Asia to come up with such a massive initiative,” he said.
Around 47.6 million people are youths in the country, which is now enjoying a demographic dividend, a time when youths dominate the population.
To realize the enormous potential of this staggering youth population, to advance the vision of Digital Bangladesh, and to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution, all must equip them with the tools and methods that would work as a springboard for their career and growth.