Staff Reporter Islamabad
Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB), an entity of the Ministry of Information Technology & Telecommunication, has launched a comprehensive project aimed at enhancing the quality and capability of IT professionals in Pakistan.
The project would improve the skillset of IT professionals by providing training in the latest, state of the art technologies such as machine learning, block chain, e-commerce management, digital marketing, penetration testing and mean/full stack development.
PSEB would also provide training and assistance for obtaining international certifications such as AWS certified solution architect, CCNA, CEH and Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator.
Osman Nasir, Managing Director, Pakistan Software Export Board said that the program is 100% free for IT graduates and employees of public sector organization while 90% cost of training and certification of private sector IT professionals would be subsidized by Pakistan Software Export Board.
Pakistan’s ICT export remittances, including telecommunication, computer and information services have surged to US$1.512 billion during July-March, 2020-21 thus maintaining the track record of delivering consecutive exports remittances inflow growth.