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MoITT Making Smartphones Accessible for All


In a recent development, The Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication (MoITT) has planned to launch a project which is aimed to provide smartphones that are with Rs. 8,000 and Rs. 12,000. The purpose is to provide smartphones to the masses so that they all have access to the digital world and the increasing “Digital Divide” can be overcome.

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The news of the launch came soon after the Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication (ITT), Syed Amin Ul Haque, inaugurated the Software Technology Park at Hazara University, Mansehra. There were several senior officials who were present at the ceremony including Vice-Chancellor Dr. Jamil Ahmed, Chief Executive of Ignite Asim Shehryar, and several students of the Hazara University were also present at the ceremony.

There is a space of 12, 000 square feet that have been allotted to Haraza University. According to Minister Haque who was present at the ceremony, there will be a National Incubation Center that will also be set up at the Hazara University. He also said that it is important to take such initiatives for the bright future of the people of Hazara.

“In this regard, our job is to provide you facilities, and your job is to take advantage of it and not only make your future safe and radiant”

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