KARACHI: A test for free IT courses was organized in Bagh Jinnah under Al-Khidmat in which thousands of male and female students participated. According to Al-Khidmat Foundation, more than 100,000 male and female students had registered for the test in the second phase of the Banu Qual program. Under the program, 15 IT courses will be conducted absolutely free. Alkhidmat has launched a new initiative called “Bano Qabil” in its desire to empower the new generation and support the country’s youth in their educational and professional endeavors.
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Certificates were also distributed to the successful graduates of the first phase of Banu Kail programme. Various start-up projects of the students taking the courses in the first phase were also exhibited on the stage. In the first session of free IT courses under Al-Khidmat, 15 thousand youth took the courses. “Bano Qabil” to help Karachi’s youth. Bano Qabil offers 100% free, advanced IT courses packed with the latest technologies to give our youth a headstart in launching their employment and freelancing careers. Al-Khidmat has announced the establishment of 200 pharmacies in the city while introducing the ‘Become Qualified Pharmacist’ program in Karachi.
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Selected students will choose from one of the following 4 to 6-month courses: Web Development, App Development, Digital Marketing, Graphic Designing, Freelancing and Amazon FBA Virtual Assistant. As students finish their courses and pass out, the cycle will be repeated every six months. They are going to start diploma and graduate programs for the youth of Karachi and will soon build an IT University in Karachi. At present 15 Al Khidmat pharmacies in the city are providing best quality medicines to the patients at highly discounted rates and soon 200 pharmacies will be established in the city.
Alkhidmat Karachi has signed an MoU with Learning Resource Network (LRN), a renowned UK-based global accreditation body in the education domain, which will enable graduates of Alkhidmat’s Bano Qabil youth IT education program to receive certification that will be recognized and accepted worldwide. LRN will now issue certificates of international standing to students of the first batch who recently completed their courses through the Bano Qabil program. The MoU was signed by Director Bano Qabil Farooq Kamlani and Zohaib Tariq of LRN. Executive Director Alkhidmat Karachi Rashid Qureishi hailed the new development and congratulated both teams for their successful partnership.
Alkhidmat had brought together the best professionals in their respective fields to teach these courses would prove to be a game-changer by providing thousands of youth with 100% free, advanced, in-demand IT skills helping them to establish promising careers and contribute to the nation’s economy. He expressed his hope that the international certification would greatly boost the confidence of Bano Qabil’s young students and help them get jobs throughout the world. Alkhidmat Karachi has stepped in with an ambitious and first-of-its-kind education initiative called “Bano Qabil” to help Karachi’s youth. Bano Qabil offers 100% free, advanced IT courses packed with the latest technologies to give our youth a headstart in launching their employment and freelancing careers.
Zohaib Tariq gave a brief introduction to LRN describing it as an international accreditation institution of global repute. He expressed his pleasure at the partnership with Alkhidmat, calling it an important milestone in the pursuit of educational excellence, while reiterating his commitment to cooperate with Alkhidmat in the future too. The Bano Qabil initiative will greatly benefit talented students in getting acquainted with the latest technology and kick-starting their careers while also preparing them for self-employment through freelancing platforms such as Fiverr and Upwork, thus making them financially independent.
Bano Qabil 2.0 is the new session of Alkhidmat’s amazing youth empowerment program Bano Qabil, of which the inaugural session has just been completed successfully, with almost 15,000 students graduating from 6 different, advanced IT courses. These students will be awarded their certificates at a Convocation Ceremony that will be held along with the Aptitude Test at the same venue and time.
This was disclosed by Farooq Kamlani, Program Director Bano Qabil. He also expressed his pleasure that nearly 25 to 30% of graduates of the inaugural batch were already employed and supporting their families, which was indicative of the success of the program. Project Director Bano Qabil Salman Sheikh encouraged those students who had registered for the test to prepare well and attend the test. He informed that Bano Qabil 2.0 had been enhanced with 15 courses and more campuses with double the student capacity, making it a golden opportunity for youth who aspired for a career in IT to attend these courses and achieve their dreams.
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12,000 youths of the federal capital registered with Self-Help Foundation for free courses including IT and vocational. After Karachi and Lahore, the first entry test was held in Islamabad, the federal capital, under the Banu Qaib program of Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan, in which thousands of young male and female students participated.
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Under Al-Khidmat Foundation, a test was organized for free IT courses in Bagh Jinnah in which thousands of male and female students participated, in the second phase, more than 100,000 male and female students had registered for the test. Under the program, 15 IT courses will be conducted absolutely free. 5269 intelligent and talented students have completed their education under Al-Khidmat Al-Falah Scholarship. Al-Khidmat Al-Falah Scholarships is a part of the education department of Al-Khidmat Foundation which aims to continue the education of those students who are unable to complete their education due to financial difficulties. On this, Dr. Hafeezur Rahman, President of Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan, said that more or less 23 million children in Pakistan are deprived of going to school.