Social media platform Google has announced 15,000 career certificate scholarships and digital training programs for deserving Pakistanis.
According to the announcement by Google, Google has issued certificates to all Pakistanis to enhance their knowledge and gain experience in these required interviews.
In its mission to “secure Pakistan in its potential,” Google solidified its commitment this year by offering 15,000 scholarships to local partners IRM and Ignite.
It also reinforces its commitment to enabling a just and inclusive economy by including educational institutions, industry partners, and nonprofit organizations.
According to a report by Alpha Beta, if digital technologies are fully harnessed, Pakistan could generate annual economic growth of 9.7 trillion Pakistani rupees (59.7 billion US dollars) by 2030. It grew at an average annual rate of 20-30%.
Scholarship Announced by Farhan Qurashi
Farhan Qureshi, Regional Director of Google for Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, said: “Today, we are proud to announce the launch of Google Career Certificates.
“In partnership with IRM, Coursera and Ignite, we are also offering scholarships to 15,000 learners to pursue degrees at no cost,” he said.
This effort reflects Google’s commitment to playing a key role in ensuring the development of the nation’s digital ecosystem.
Google Digital Training Programs
The certification program will provide new opportunities, enabling developers, students, educators, job seekers, and businesses to grow even faster. Partnerships have been established with both the public and private sectors as we aim to boost the digital industry in Pakistan.
Syed Dar Hassan Razavi, a data science intern at the Institute of Professional Engineering, said, “Although there may be challenges and obstacles along the way, perseverance is very important if you want to achieve success.
It should be noted that Google will partner with Ignite and IRM to distribute the grant.
Google provide 15,000 annual scholarships to Pakistanis
Google Inc provided scholarship program to 15,000 talented youth in Pakistan to improve the country’s IT industry which has huge potential.
According to Senator Dr Afnanullah Khan, a member of the Senate Standing Committee on Information Technology, “an American technology company wants to spend $3.5 million in Pakistan.”
Similarly, he said the sale of 5G licenses would generate billions of dollars in foreign exchange and significant investment in venture capital in the private sector.
The senator said that with careful preparation, Pakistan’s IT exports could easily touch $10 billion in the next five years.
Besides, he said, the South Korean government has loaned $1 billion to Pakistan’s IT industry at an interest rate of 0.1 percent.
“There are many different aspects of IT that Pakistan can focus on very quickly to emerge as a major IT company in the region.”
The senator said that he is working closely with the government and is on his way to revolutionizing the country’s IT industry.
“I have a higher education in the field of information technology and I want to use it for the good of the country,” you say. “I want to use it for the good of the country.”
Senator Khan has completed multi-million dollar IT projects and holds a PhD in Information Technology from Oxford University.
He said that the leadership of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) is well aware of the struggle that Pakistanis are going through and they want the country to develop further in the IT industry because unlike investment in other industries, this investment in IT was in the field of pay Exceptionally fast.
He claimed that the leadership of the Pakistan Muslim League (North) is aware of the conflicts that Pakistanis are going through.
He emphasized that a major effort is now being made to send IT workforce members to countries like Japan.
As a result, he said, “every effort will be made to increase the government’s focus on this issue to remove barriers to international investment.”