Alkhidmat Joins Hands with KP government for Bano Qabil IT program

The signing ceremony for the Memorandum of Understanding took place at the Chief Minister's House, with Justice (R) Syed Arshad Hussain Shah, the interim chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as the chief guest. Among the attendees at the ceremony were Provincial President Khalid Waqas of Al-Khidmat Foundation, President Arbab Abdul Haseeb of Al-Khidmat Peshawar, Regional Manager Dr. Shakeel Ahmed, General Secretary Muhammad Shakir Siddiqui, and Caretaker Provincial Minister for Science, Technology, and IT, Dr. Najibullah.

Aiming to provide career prospects, the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) would provide 300,000 adolescents from the province with digital skills courses in a variety of disciplines. These courses in fourteen different areas, including office automation, artificial intelligence, web development, cyber security, and e-commerce, are offered at the mid- and advanced-levels through the Al-Khidmat Foundation's Banu Qual Program in partnership with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IT Board.

Speaking at the function, Caretaker Chief Minister Syed Arshad Hussain Shah KP underlined that this is a national matter that calls for cooperation. He praised the Al-Khidmat Foundation's contribution and said that the program will meet the province's demands for digital skills because it is the provincial government's partner in this endeavor

In addition, he emphasized the possibility of offering children market-based training that may lead to work prospects overseas, stressing the critical role that skilled labor will play in helping the nation overcome its current economic crisis.

By Muhammad Kashif