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Smart Classrooms Can Change Pakistan’s Education Sector, Says Governor Sindh

Usman Aslam Written by Usman Aslam · 33 sec read>

At the Huawei Pakistan Intelligent Education Summit 2021, expressed his views regarding the concept of introducing smart classrooms in Pakistan and how it would benefit the education sector. The summit was organized by NED University in collaboration with Higher Education Commission and Huawei Pakistan.

The Governor stated the following in his address to the young students:
“This summit can change the future of this region. Our young generation and their efforts are worthwhile”.

Moreover, the NED Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Soroush Hashmat Lodhi highlighted how the computer is the second biggest invention in the world’s history and how students should take further advantage of the current technology. As of now, Huawei will be providing technological resources for the students of NED University which will be free of cost.

The MD of Huawei stated that the company is transferring modern technology to Pakistan in order to reduce the disruption in education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Written by Usman Aslam
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