Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) along with COMSATS Internet Service Ltd. and Internet Society (ISOC) Asia-Pacific Bureau has decided to introduce online interactive distant education program to the sixth standard students of a Government Girls High School in the rural Multan.
These institutions have collaborated to provide Online Interactive Remote Education.
The project goal is to facilitate students free academic help for the better understanding of their study content. This supplement education would be providing a unique learning experience that would be very much different from the education acquired via textbooks.
Also Read: PTA Upgraded its Official Website
TeleTaleem, a famous and professional much-experienced is a Tele-education provider. It provides real-time online lectures on Mathematics, Science, and English via an interactive class environment from Islamabad. The material of study delivered to the students via teachers is mostly based on developing their conceptual approach, more use of activities, other training, and online available resources.
The opening ceremony of the project was situated at the office of TeleTaleem in Islamabad. The participants of the ceremony were Mr. Naveed Ul Haq—RM-ISOC, Dr. Syed Ismail Shah—Chairman-PTA, Mr. Assad Karim—CEO-TeleTaleem, Mr. Jamshed Masood—CEO-COMSATS and many other participants from various partner firms.
In the event, Dr. Shah—Chairman-PTA said that Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has always supported and encouraged the ideas that make the best possible use of the creative technologies. He added that internet is the center of socio-economic growth in the future and via this project, many things could be achieved for the betterment. He said that this project would introduce young girls to the advantages and best use of the internet.
This is a good initiative taken by the three institutions for the development and growth of education in Pakistan.