Telenor Pakistan Celebrates ‘Girls in ICT Day’, Stresses Increased Role of Young Women in the ICT Sector

To urge Pakistani young ladies to set themselves up for circumstances offered by the blasting ICT area, Telenor Pakistan commended the ‘Universal Girls in ICT Day’ where it held a mindfulness session for female understudies of class 8 to 10 at GSIS School and College, Islamabad, trailed by setting-up of an ICT lab at Hamara School, a non-public school cum halfway house in the edges of Islamabad.

The motivation behind the mindfulness session was to teach young ladies on the significance of seeking after advanced education in math, building, figuring, and sciences so they are set up to arrive splendid profession openings that the ICT division brings to the table. The youthful understudies were educated that ICT organizations over the world are hoping to draw in and advance ladies, not just in light of the fact that accomplishing more noteworthy workforce assorted qualities is useful for business, additionally on the grounds that expanding ladies at all levels has indicated positive effects on the organizations’ money related execution. Two Telenor Pakistan female workers additionally prepared schoolgirls on utilizing the web securely for the sake of entertainment and learning.

“We at Telenor Pakistan put stock in a comprehensive workplace and urge ladies to set themselves up to profit by the open doors ICT segment holds for them,” said Irfan Wahab Khan, CEO, Telenor Pakistan. “The portrayal of ladies in the greater part of our drives from work chances to tutoring business visionaries and youth strengthening measures is something we never bargain on.”

Telenor Pakistan, being the nation’s driving ICT player and an impetus of ICT-controlled advanced unrest, has an unmistakable perspective of where the segment is going and what it needs most – the unequivocal answers being ‘monstrous development’ and “ladies” separately. The organization trusts that a more sexual orientation adjusted ICT area will offer satisfying mid-and abnormal state professions, and empower profoundly gifted ladies to springboard to the highest point of the vocation stepping stool.

Telenor underpins United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically the SDG 5 that is gone for accomplishing sexual orientation equity and engaging all ladies and young ladies through, Information and Communication Technologies. The recognition of ITU’s ‘Young ladies in ICT Day’ was an expansion of the association’s endeavors to bolster that very SDG and advance ladies’ consideration in the standard work scene. Member - Author of this Article
Adeela Khan
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