Pakistan’s first Electronics Technology Park to be launched tomorrow


ISLAMABAD – Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Shibli Faraz, is all set to inaugurate Pakistan’s first Electronics Technology Park tomorrow (Tuesday).

The facility, which aims at realising ideas into commercial projects, has been established at the building of the National Institute of Electronics (NIE).

It will provide facilities and equipment to the local startups for testing their project. Initially, 20 startups will be registered without any fee.

Initially, NIE will provide funds for the National Electronics Technology Park. However, the government has planned to invited various companies to extend support for the project.

Officials said it would provide the testing facility and technical staff to the talented youngsters of the country. They added that NIE would provide training to youngsters on its equipment.

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