The Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) said that it had prepared a “scheme for the intellectual and economic reform of youth,” and its approval will soon by announced by the leader of the Islamic Emirate.
The Deputy of Youth in the Ministry of Information and Culture, Mohammad Yunus Rashed, said that the scheme includes four fields under the title of “intellectual and economic reforms of youth."
“A plan has been made for intellectual and economic reform of youth which has been accepted by Amirul Momineen (Islamic Emirate leader) and will be announced in a decree in the near future,” he said.
The instructors said that the plan will also provide educational opportunities for youth.
“There should be attention paid to the situation of youth. The educational scholarship should be provided to the youth and will be beneficial in addition to the Islamic mindset,” said Mohammad Wali Salari, a university instructor.
“The school of Islamic thought is a worldwide school,” said Adib, an instructor.
This comes as youth called on the Islamic Emirate to provide them with work opportunities as they are struggling with dire economic conditions.
“When we finish our education, we hope to serve the country and our people and improve our country and its economic condition,” said Qudratullah, a student.
Rashed said that the thoughts of the youth that were distracted during the past year of foreign troops' presence will be reformed through the new scheme.