KPITB is pleased to announce Winter Boot Camp for private and Government School's kids of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Early Age Programming Technologies under the mentorship of EAP Trainers.
Interested Private and Government schools can apply here
Global Director, Louise Cord and other senior members from the World Bank visited Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB) last week.12/16/2019
Global Director, Louise Cord and other senior members from the World Bank visited Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB) last week. They were briefed about Durshal and newly constructed BPO facility (Workaround).
Workaround is a first ever government owned Business outsourcing facility in Pakistan. It is a part of the Digital Jobs project. The facility is ready for launch and will create 700 full-time jobs for the youth of province.
Good News for the youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. After the completion of Cycle-1, the registrations are have been reopened for Cycel-2 of free Advanced Digital Skills trainings.
UNDP and KPITB have joined hands to offer advanced digital skills trainings for the promotion of digital jobs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This is an opportunity for the youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the newly merged districts to improve their job prospects in both national and global job markets.
The aspiring and talented 1st batch of AWS - Cloud Architect (Associate) after completion of their training under "Digital Jobs through Advanced Digital Skills Trainings for the Youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa". We wish them a bright future ahead.
A momentous occasion as the visionary excellence and pragmatic planning invested in KPITB’s brainchild “Early Age Programming” generates commendable results.
Agreement signed between KPITB and Sybrid Pvt Ltd - A Lakson Group Company for Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Ready Spaces in Peshawar. 500 IT jobs will be created in the first phase and 1700 in the next phase.
Representatives from the ICT Industry, KPITB's officials and members from Prime Minister task force on IT visited the proposed site for first Digital City of Pakistan at Haripur04/09/2019
KPITB invites representatives of the IT industry to the proposed site of Pakistan Digital City.
Representatives from the ICT Industry, KPITB's officials and members from Prime Minister task force on IT visited the proposed site for first Digital City of Pakistan at Haripur on April 6, 2019.
A serene site covered in the mountains of Haripur is being proposed for Digital City, in the same vicinity of Pak-Austria Fachhochschule: Institute of Applied Sciences & Technology.
The plan for establishing Pakistan Digital City at Haripur has been initiated by KPITB which will serve as an industrial state for the ICT industry to encourage existing and potential entrants to the emerging .............
Series of "Crash Course on Cyber Security" concluded at KPCERC. Around 69 participants from 43 different Government departments / functional units attended the training in four different sessions.
The contents covered were Website Defacement Incident Response, Email phishing attacks and Web Threat Modeling. A hands-on practice session on System Hardening was also part of the course.