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Satellite Internet is Introduced in Schools in Punjab

A new era of digital transformation in education has begun in Pakistan. According to Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif, who launched. Apilot project on Friday to provide satellite internet in schools here at DPS Model Town.

Punjab is embracing the digital age since, according to the CM. Pakistan can only develop by utilizing information and communication technology.

In this regard, UAE ADM Holding and the Punjabi government’s education department. Signed an agreement to carry out the project. As part of the project, One Web NEOM and ADM Holding will work together to connect. Schools in Punjab to satellite internet, with the Education Department sharing installation costs.

Students in remote rural and urban areas will benefit from satellite. Internet, according to Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz.

The Punjabi government will also provide laptops for the students, she continued.

She emphasized that students who possess digital skills will become. More independent and integrated into the digital economy.

In the DPS Digital Lab, students also engaged with Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif.

On this occasion, Sheikh Ahmad Dalmouk Al Maktoum led a. Delegation of the United Arab Emirates to DPS Model Town. The chief minister met with Sheikh Ahmed Dalmouk Al Maktoum, a member of the United Arab. Emirates royal family, to discuss matters pertaining to digitization and satellite internet provision.

The delegation that was visiting provided a thorough update on the plan. To install satellite internet access directly in schools.

They briefed the CM on the Schools Satellite Internet Project. Which aims to provide underprivileged people with digital access. 5,000 schools nationwide will get satellite internet service in the first phase.

Schools located in remote areas of Punjab will have. Full support for satellite Internet service, according to Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook.

He went on, “Young talent needs to learn modern technology. And skills for better development.”

“Happy to be part of a satellite internet project in Punjab,” stated Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook.

Teachers and students will have access to plug-and-play. Technology via the Internet, he continued.

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