National freelance training

Staff Reporter

International Islamic University, Islamabad and Punjab Information Technology Board signed an agreement for establishment of National Freelance Training Center at the university.

In the centre, freelancing training will be provided to youth to empower them for employment.

It will be focused on producing skilled and digitally aware human resource. The agreement is aimed to promote technology and entrepreneurship across the country.

Both the university and the board have agreed to jointly work for main streaming the digital skills.

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