About Us
Our Youth has grown in the information age, so it has more potential to bring change in the society. The youth should be provided with processes, programmes and strategies to harness its potentials. So, in October 2011, new Department comprising on Youth Affairs, Sports, Archaeology, Department of Tourist Services & Tourism was created. Our vision is to empower and strengthen the youth through fostering holistic sports activities and also preserving, restoring and developing cultural heritage and tourist sites all over Punjab.

Highlights

World Tourism Day (WTD), celebrated every year on 27 September, is a global observance to highlight tourism’s social, cultural, political and economic value...

September 27, 2018

Due to overwhelming popularity of Cholistan Jeep Rally, it was persistent demand by the people of Muzaffargarh & Layyah to organize a Jeep...

September 17, 2018

Departments

The Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab plays a crucial role in coordinating and supplementing the efforts of the Government in strengthening promotional and marketing efforts, catalyzing private investment and in providing trained manpower...

The province of Punjab is rich in archaeology where a complete cultural profile from the early Stone Age to the Islamic period has been established which is highlighted by archaeological sites, historical monuments, ethnic traditions and folklores...

The main aim of Youth Affairs Department is to facilitate, groom and guide the youth to live in peace and harmony, promoting attitudes, skills and knowledge and preparing them to shoulder responsibilities in the new millenium. With a view to...

Sports Board Punjab is committed to promote Sports Culture in Punjab with aim to build an inclusive society where people not only involve in sports activities but also feel a sense of ownership and belonging in utilizing the sports facilities...

Projects
 
Strategic Planning Unit (SPU)
Development is an agent of change. It is development that sets the tone for economic growth. Importance of a well-conceived development agenda cannot be over-emphasized. However, development initiatives must be prudently conceived and critically scrutinized to make every penny count.