An IT university would be established in Karachi if elected mayor of the district, a leading educational institution has said. President AlKhidmat Foundation – Karachi.
Aptitude test for ‘Bano Qabil Program’ launched by AlKhidmat Foundation offering skill-based training to youths of Karachi. Programme is a welfare wing of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chapter. IT education will be promoted at the school levels, he said.
The social welfare wing of the JI is offering freelancing, web development, application development, digital marketing, and Amazon Virtual Assistant courses under the Bano Qabil Program. There were 49,000 public sector schools in the province while the provincial education budget was in billions of rupees.
The eligible students would be participating in four-to-six-month courses, following the completion of which the Alkhidmat would be supporting them in their job hunt. The aptitude test was held at the Bagh-e-Jinnah in Karachi. Before the test, the participants took an oath that they would remain loyal to the Islamic ideology of Pakistan, play their due role in the development and progress of the country and the city, and would not indulge in any activity that could bring shame to their families and country. Karachi JI Emir Hafiz Naeemur Rehman administered the oath.