Muscat: His Majesty Sultan Haitham confirms the employment of national job-seekers is national priority
In a statement Oman news agency said: At the outset of the meeting, His Majesty the Sultan gave thanks and praise to the Almighty Allah for the bounties He has bestowed on Oman and its noble people. He prayed that these bounties be eternalized for all people in Oman and that the coronavirus pandemic be lifted from all humanity.
Then, His Majesty the Sultan reviewed local and regional conditions. He said that the issue of employment of Omani job seekers tops the government’s priorities, and he underscored the significance of exerting maximum efforts to help the unemployed find jobs or professions across different sectors.
In this context, His Majesty the Sultan laid emphasis on the integration of efforts of state departments, exhorting them to cooperate towards realizing concrete results and enabling youth to contribute to the march of development and nation building.
His Majesty the Sultan commended the package of initiatives unveiled recently to provide employment opportunities for job seekers. His Majesty the Sultan blessed the launch of the National Employment Programme (NEP), which stems from Oman Vision 2040, as it is accorded continuous attention. The NEP targets the development of sustainable solutions for the issue of employment in all of state sectors (civil, military and security), as well as private sector companies.
The NEP analyzes job seekers data on a regular basis till they join the labour market. It also seeks other options to fill the gap of knowledge and skills needed by the labour market so that the unemployed immediately get jobs when they are available.
The NEP is carried out in accordance with a specific executive plan and timeframe linked to performance indicators that are monitored on a regular basis to ensure the attainment of the desired goals.
His Majesty the Sultan gave directives to the departments concerned to empower the National Employment Programme and provide all means of support to the NEP so that it could achieve its objectives.
With the context of His Majesty’s Royal attention to develop education, upgrade the quality of school education and adapt its outcomes to labour market needs in accordance with Oman Vision 2040, His Majesty the Sultan underlined the importance of accelerating procedures necessary for analyzing the requirements of technical and vocational education for the post-basic education stage to fit labour market needs. His Majesty the Sultan stressed the importance of devising a comprehensive plan to realize this objective and determine the expertise and human resources required to achieve it.
His Majesty the Sultan pointed out that the next stage requires the collaboration of efforts of all state institutions towards rendering top quality services and eliminating any obstacles that might impede the march of comprehensive development. This involves the formulation of a new, efficient mechanism of action to ensure the smooth operation of all sectors, to refine and accelerate output, His Majesty said.
His Majesty the Sultan also commended the efforts made to tackle coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. He thanked all health workers and expressed his appreciation for their valuable contribution to curb the pandemic.
His Majesty the Sultan also stressed the significance of pressing ahead with the national immunization campaign and the importance of raising the awareness of citizens and residents about commitment to adhere to measures set by the departments concerned in this respect.
Speaking about regional issues, His Majesty the Sultan laid emphasis on the continuation of the GCC economic cooperation programmes. He also reaffirmed the Sultanate’s permanent stands and principles advocating rapprochement among countries to achieve security and establish stability for all.
His Majesty also spoke about other issues of concern to citizens and the country. At the conclusion, His Majesty the Sultan wished success for all. – ONA
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