Google, in partnership with the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) and Tech Valley, has recently announced a remarkable opportunity for Pakistani youth to receive free IT training. This initiative aims to equip them with essential skills and create potential earnings of up to Rs. 300,000.
The training program will cover a wide range of important skills that are highly sought after in today’s world. These skills include IT support, UX design, project management, IT automation, advanced data analytics, digital marketing and e-commerce, data analysis, business intelligence, and cybersecurity.
By providing training in these areas, Google and its collaborators are empowering Pakistani youth to thrive in the digital age.
The Sindh Governor, Kamran Tessori, has taken the lead in bringing this opportunity to the youth of Sindh. The training will be conducted at the historic Governor House in Karachi and will benefit 50,000 individuals.
Kamran Khan Tessori envisions transforming Karachi into a successful IT hub by equipping young people with future-focused technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and web 3.0.
The selection process for the training program will involve an aptitude test conducted at the Governor House. Kamran Tessori believes that after completing this training, the youth will have the potential to earn an income ranging from Rs. 300,000 to Rs. 500,000.
The training program will also benefit from the expertise of IT professionals Daniyal Nagori and Sir Zia, who are actively supporting Governor Sindh’s initiatives. Their involvement will enhance the quality and effectiveness of the training, ensuring that the participants receive the best possible education and skill development.