ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – Microsoft organized “Microsoft EDU Day 2022” to digitize Pakistan’s education system with the aim of digitizing the education system and changing the learning practices of institutions across Pakistan. No obstacle to achieving the goal of knowledge transfer, –
This collaboration will be beneficial for government officials, school leaders and teachers in the education department. The event also discussed the inclusion of students in a hybrid model environment, appropriate tools, access to learning platforms, technology integration, student welfare, and the effects of continuous professional learning on teachers. Speaking on the occasion, Punjab Education Minister Dr. Murad Rass said that more than 300,000 teachers are being trained in Punjab through Microsoft. “The last two years have made us realize the great impact of technology on our lives and the education industry is no exception,” he said. The event was attended by DG QAED Muhammad Ali Amir, CIOHEC Nazir Hussain, CEO Roots Millennium Education Faisal Mushtaq and many eminent educationists, school heads, teachers and government officials from across Pakistan. Director Training, Sindh Education Foundation Shahpara Rizvi, Chief Research Innovation & IT Aisha Karim, CEO Socio Engineering Technologies Sonia Saleem, Lead Punjab Group of Colleges Zamil Hussain, Senior Regional Team of Microsoft including Regional General Manager MCCMEA Ibrahim Yousifi, Director K12 Education, MEA Microsoft Majid Akal, Director Learning Microsoft MEA J. Richards, Country Manager Pakistan Shehzad Khan participated in the event as a panelist.