IT Ministry’s DigiSkills has Trained 1.28 Million People in Freelancing

federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque has said that the national-level educational program of the Ministry of it’s imparted training to 1.28 million youth in freelancing.

Amin Ul Haque was lecture DigiSkills freelancers who called on him. The Minister met DigiSkills freelancers to possess an immediate account of their experiences of learning and earning through DigiSkills.

He said that his Ministry is taking necessary steps to equip the freelancers, students, housewives, professionals, etc., with knowledge, skills, tools and techniques necessary to ascertain the opportunities available in local and international online marketplaces to earn an honest living.

He also informed the visiting freelancers that MoITT has entered into a partnership with JazzCash which will enable them to transfer money from their Payoneer accounts into their JazzCash Mobile Account in real-time and at the simplest exchange rates.

In addition to the present , DigiSkills freelancers also can register their Payoneer Account from the JazzCash App, eliminating the necessity for full service bank accounts.

Federal Minister for IT said that each one problems with freelancers are going to be resolved and ordered for extending the outreach of DigiSkills program to colleges and colleges. The Federal Minister also directed to extend the ratio of girls in DigiSkills program from 23 per cent to 33 per cent and incorporating the minorities and transgender persons during this program.

Visiting freelancers apprised the IT Minister that within the face of the present economic crunch DigiSkills educational program has been a game-changer in their lives that has enabled them to continue their educational pursuits besides supporting their families.

IT Minister appreciated the youth for his or her initiative to find out marketable intermediate digital skills that have enabled them to be self-employed besides earning vital exchange for the country.

Secretary IT said that he appreciates the youth trying to explore opportunities to overpower the traditional barriers and dependencies.

Earlier in his opening remarks, Syed Junaid Imam, CEO Ignite welcomed and thanked the freelancers for taking outing for the interaction. He said that Ignite is concentrated on building an ecosystem for ‘future of work’, financial inclusion, and poverty alleviation.

A National Level educational program (DigiSkills.pk) was launched by the Ministry of data Technology & Telecommunication through Ignite National Technology Fund which has been providing free training in freelancing and other marketable skills.

federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque has said that the national-level educational program of the Ministry of it’s imparted training to 1.28 million youth in freelancing.

Amin Ul Haque was lecture DigiSkills freelancers who called on him. The Minister met DigiSkills freelancers to possess an immediate account of their experiences of learning and earning through DigiSkills.

He said that his Ministry is taking necessary steps to equip the freelancers, students, housewives, professionals, etc., with knowledge, skills, tools and techniques necessary to ascertain the opportunities available in local and international online marketplaces to earn an honest living.

He also informed the visiting freelancers that MoITT has entered into a partnership with JazzCash which will enable them to transfer money from their Payoneer accounts into their JazzCash Mobile Account in real-time and at the simplest exchange rates.

In addition to the present , DigiSkills freelancers also can register their Payoneer Account from the JazzCash App, eliminating the necessity for full service bank accounts.

Federal Minister for IT said that each one problems with freelancers are going to be resolved and ordered for extending the outreach of DigiSkills program to colleges and colleges. The Federal Minister also directed to extend the ratio of girls in DigiSkills program from 23 per cent to 33 per cent and incorporating the minorities and transgender persons during this program.

Visiting freelancers apprised the IT Minister that within the face of the present economic crunch DigiSkills educational program has been a game-changer in their lives that has enabled them to continue their educational pursuits besides supporting their families.

IT Minister appreciated the youth for his or her initiative to find out marketable intermediate digital skills that have enabled them to be self-employed besides earning vital exchange for the country.

Secretary IT said that he appreciates the youth trying to explore opportunities to overpower the traditional barriers and dependencies.

Earlier in his opening remarks, Syed Junaid Imam, CEO Ignite welcomed and thanked the freelancers for taking outing for the interaction. He said that Ignite is concentrated on building an ecosystem for ‘future of work’, financial inclusion, and poverty alleviation.

A National Level educational program (DigiSkills.pk) was launched by the Ministry of data Technology & Telecommunication through Ignite National Technology Fund which has been providing free training in freelancing and other marketable skills.

The program comprises of 10 courses including Freelancing, Digital Marketing, program Optimization, Graphic Design, Digital Literacy, e-Commerce Management, Creative Writing, QuickBooks, AutoCAD, and WordPress.

The program comprises of 10 courses including Freelancing, Digital Marketing, program Optimization, Graphic Design, Digital Literacy, e-Commerce Management, Creative Writing, QuickBooks, AutoCAD, and WordPress.

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