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MoU signed to pilot learning app in six primary schools

2022-02-02 01:00:00

Islamabad: As a part of the federal government’s Digital Pakistan plans, the Ministry of Federal Schooling and Skilled Coaching on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with a cellular community to pilot the ‘Taleemabad’ learning app in six primary authorities schools to be referred to as mannequin digital schools.

The MoU signing ceremony was held on the training ministry and was attended by training minister Shafqat Mehmood and cellular community CEO Irfan Wahab Khan and chief company affairs officer Kamal Ahmad.

Underneath this partnership, the cellular community will prolong high-quality standardised digital training to the underserved college students and schools by its award-winning EdTech platform, ‘Taleemabad’, which is the nation’s first digital training platform based mostly on the Single Nationwide Curriculum (SNC) and is endorsed by the training ministry.

On the pilot stage, the cellular community can be equipping six mannequin digital schools with fundamental IT {hardware} and digital learning administration system for academics, college students and administration whereas additionally offering them with the instruments and abilities mandatory to address the brand new regular.

The event is a part of a broad-based partnership to empower learners and educators by Taleemabad’s digital platform and guarantee uninterrupted, uniform and inexpensive training for all.

The cellular community CEO mentioned with over 23 million out-of-school youngsters throughout the nation, there was a necessity for innovation and introduction of sustainable options that enabled individuals by digitalisation and will stand the check of time.

“It’s by interventions like ‘Taleemabad’ and collaborations like this that we intention to handle the socioeconomic disparities affecting out-of-school youngsters throughout the nation. We’re happy to be a part of fingers with the training ministry by ‘Taleemabad’ app to deliver on-line the Single Nationwide Curriculum and advance collectively in direction of the imaginative and prescient of the digital Pakistan,” he mentioned.

Irfan Wahab mentioned his organisation was dedicated to lowering inequalities and would take digital learning to a million out-of-school youngsters.

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