Pakistani students will be participating in the global Information Technology World Certiport 2014 for the very first time in Disneyland, California. IT World Certiport has been taking place every year since it first started in 2003. It will provide Pakistani students with the opportunity to represent Pakistan on global platforms and also connect with industry professionals and mentors.
CEO of Technical Education Center, Rukhsana Zuberi is working hard to make sure Pakistan secures top positions among the winners at the event. TEC is the first Microsoft Certified Technical Education Center that’s offering Information Technology training and online services for international certifications. She was invited to attend World Certiport 2013 where she realized how important a platform it could be for Pakistani students, not only for representing the country but also for nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit and developing career oriented skills among the young IT enthusiasts.
Students between ages 13 years to 22 years are invited to participate in the competition whereby 139 institutes have registered their names. Among the most notable are Beaconhouse, The City School, Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMAP), Avicenna, Fauji Fertilizer, Fauji Foundation, Bahria Foundation, Progressive Public Schools, Generation School, Government College of Technology for Girls, Kinnaird College, Forebel’s School, DA Public, Pakistan Air force, Dawood Public School, Army Public School, Imperial International Schools and Colleges, South Shore, Oasis and Danish Schools.
Preparations for the competition have started in different cities across the country and it’s not limited only to Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. Students from Bahawalpur, Mansehra, Mirpur, DI Khan, Mardan, Murree, Fatehganj, Khushab and other major cities including Multan , Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Hyderabad and Peshawar.