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KPITB Open Admissions for Freelance Training Program


The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board is now accepting admissions for its new batch of the National Freelance Training Program. The training program will be taking place at the University of Engineering and Technology, Mardan. The KPITB has laid out certain criteria that need to be followed for those who wish to apply.

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Eligibility Criteria

  1. A valid CNIC or Domicile.
  2. At least 14 years of education and a degree from an educational institute that is verified by the HEC. If you are already enrolled at the University of Engineering and Technology Mardan then this condition does not apply to you.
  3. Your age must be at least 18 years and not more than 40 years.
  4. You should not be working at any organization.

Those who wish to apply can follow the link below:


If you want to learn about the other programs and courses offered then you can visit: https://nftp.pitb.gov.pk/

What is KPITB?

The KPIT was established in May 2011 to promote information technology, information technology-enabled services, and information technology-enabled education for all public and private sectors in the KP province.

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa is currently undergoing a massive digital transformation. The transition will eventually provide the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province with job opportunities and accelerate growth. Providing training to freelancers is another step towards a “Digital KP”.

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