Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori made an important announcement on Sunday, revealing plans to establish 300 tandoors in Karachi. These tandoors will sell roti at an incredibly low price of only Rs. 2. The Governor made this announcement during a speech at the Sindh Governor House, where students were taking an entry test for an IT courses program. The government believes that providing affordable roti is a noble cause.
About The IT Program: The entry test took place at the Sindh Governor’s House and attracted 50,000 students. The program aims to educate children on subjects such as web development, artificial intelligence, and the metaverse. The response to the program has been overwhelming, with a staggering 500,000 children registering for it. In the initial phase, 10,000 students had the opportunity to take the entry test at the Governor’s House. Governor Tessori warmly welcomed the students taking the test, and the event was attended by the Dubai Consul General and other prominent figures.
During his speech, Governor Tessori emphasized the inclusivity of the program, which brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds, including both affluent and rural areas of Karachi. He highlighted the significance of education and its reflection of the true spirit of Karachi.
Furthermore, Governor Tessori mentioned that both the IT courses program and the ration distribution from the Governor’s House are being carried out without utilizing any funds from the exchequer. He reaffirmed his commitment to providing ration bags to 100,000 deserving families in Karachi. After completing the IT course, individuals have the potential to earn between Rs. 1.5 to Rs. 2 million. The Dubai Consul General also pledged job opportunities to those who successfully pass the IT course.
Governor Tessori shared that an IT software company has generously offered Rs. 500,000 to students who successfully complete the program. He acknowledged the vital role of the youth as the future of the nation and assured everyone that the entry test would be solely based on merit. Moreover, he extended an open invitation to the public to voice their concerns at the Governor’s House, demonstrating his commitment to inclusivity and accessibility.