ISLAMABAD: Mobilink Foundation has established a lab equipped with 10 latest branded computers to promote Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) among students.
The ICT lab set up at Petaloid Secondary School and Girls College, Kahna-Nau Lahore is equipped with computers having licensed operating system, Office Suit, network printer and scanning facility.
The computers were handed over by Mobilink Foundation to Directors of Punjab Education Foundation including Nadeem Masood, Aisha Nauman and Qasim Muneer in presence of school faculty.
Head of Corporate Communication, Mobilink, Omar Manzur on Wednesday said the Company has been working consistently over the past years to play its part in bridging the digital divide in the communities.
Mobilink Foundation firmly believes that literacy through contemporary communication channels can have a lasting impact on provision of education for the marginalized.
He said the partnership with PEF ensures that our efforts reach deserving communities and provide maximum assistance to those in need.
Petaloid Secondary School and Girls College is working under the umbrella of Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) to provide free education to the poor and deserving students of Kahna-Nau.
The advanced computers in lab will enable the students to learn the operations and methodologies in the field of Information Technology (IT).
In the past Mobilink Foundation had set up ICT labs at Kashmir Orphan Relief Trust (AJK), Development in Literacy (KalashaKaku, Sheikhupura) and Janjua Secondary School (Chakwal).