Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rahman, president of the AlKhidmat Foundation in Karachi, wants to open an IT university in Karachi if he does elect the mayor of the district government. He wants to do this so that more young people can get vocational training.
He says that IT education is did push in schools, especially the public schools run by the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation. The AlKhidmat Foundation, which is the Karachi branch of Jamaat-e-social Islami’s service arm, runs the Bano Qabil Program (JI). It gives talent training to the city’s youth in the field of information technology.
He said that even though the province spent billions of rupees on education and has a lot of public schools (49,900), education didn’t get much better.
He said that by coming up with the plan, the Alkhidmat has really done something never done before. Goes on to explain that the test will help the young people of Karachi enjoy success in the IT industry and that the program will give them the skills they need to become a credit to their communities, countries, and families.
Alkhidmat, the JI’s social welfare arm, said in a statement that the Bano Qabil Program now offers courses in freelancing, web development, application development, graphic design, and digital marketing. Amazon Virtual Assistant in partnership with top educational institutions and a team of professionals.
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Students who are eligible would sign up for a program that would last four to six months. After that, the Alkhidmat would help them look for jobs. The aptitude test took place at the Bagh-e-Jinnah in Karachi.
Participants took an oath before the exam, promising to follow Pakistan’s Islamic philosophy. Help improve the country, and city and not do anything that would make their families or the country look bad. Hafiz Naeem ur Rehman, who is the JI for the Emir of Karachi, took the oath.
The people who want to take the classes, which would normally cost between Rs. 50,000 and Rs.