A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to digitise schools in Karachi has been signed between the Sindh government and Tech Valley Pakistan, a Google for Education national partner.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Thursday by Ghulam Akbar Laghari, Secretary of Sindh Education and Literacy Department (SELD), and Umar Farooq, CEO of Tech Valley.
In order to change students’ learning experiences, Tech Valley will be in charge of integrating Google’s digital learning platforms in schools.
One of the platforms is Google Classroom, which enables educators to post learning resources, tasks, and quizzes as well as collaborate with students.
One of the platforms is Google Classroom, which allows professors to submit study material, assignments, and quizzes as well as connect with students in real-time.
Additionally, Tech Valley will train thousands of students and instructors from all across Sindh in various Computer Science (CS) courses. The Google CS First and Be Internet Awesome initiatives will initially train 250 students and 100 instructors from five schools.
In his remarks, Secretary SELD praised Tech Valley and Google for taking the initiative to transform Sindh’s school system and urged other firms to pursue similar partnerships.
According to CEO Tech Valley, the MoU will digitise Karachi’s school education environment and improve students’ engagement in learning.