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Telenor indicators MoU with Training Ministry to launch ‘Taleemabad’ in 6 faculties –

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Ministry of Federal Training and Skilled Coaching has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Telenor Pakistan to pilot Taleemabad in six primary-level public faculties to be known as Mannequin Digital Colleges.

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The signing ceremony was held right here on Monday, which was attended by Federal Training Minister Shafqat Mehmood, CEO Telenor Pakistan Irfan Wahab Khan, and Chief Company Affairs Officer Telenor Pakistan Kamal Ahmad.

Underneath this partnership, Telenor Pakistan goals at extending high-quality standardized digital schooling to the underserved college students and faculties in Pakistan by way of its award-winning EdTech platform, Taleemabad, which is the nation’s first digital schooling platform primarily based on the Single Nationwide Curriculum (SNC) and is endorsed by the Ministry of Federal Training.

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On the pilot stage, Telenor Pakistan can be equipping six Mannequin Digital Colleges with fundamental IT {hardware} and digital studying administration system for lecturers, college students, and administration, whereas additionally offering them with the instruments and abilities mandatory to deal with the brand new regular. This improvement is a part of a broad-based partnership to empower learners and educators by way of Taleemabad’s digital platform and guarantee uninterrupted,uniform, and inexpensive schooling for all.

Irfan mentioned, “With over 23 million out-of-school youngsters throughout the nation, we consider it’s our accountability to innovate and introduce sustainable options that allow lots by way of digitalization and might stand the check of time. It’s by way of interventions like Taleemabad and collaborations like this that we intention to deal with the socio-economic disparities affecting out-of-school youngsters throughout the nation. We’re humbled and happy to have joined fingers with the Ministry of Training and Skilled Coaching by way of Taleemabad app to deliver on-line the Single Nationwide Curriculum and advance collectively in the direction of the imaginative and prescient of a Digital Pakistan.”

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Furthering its dedication to cut back inequalities, Telenor Pakistan goals to take digital studying to 1 million out-of-school youngsters.

Telenor Pakistan goals to attain this feat by 2023, making schooling extra accessible by way of the ability of expertise, bridging the digital abilities hole, and contributing to the EdTech ecosystem, whereas supporting the federal government in its Digital Pakistan ambition.

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