TechScape and Accelerate Prosperity (AP Pakistan) concluded the Winter Tech Camp 2019-20 with an ending ceremony organized at Karakoram International University (KIU) Gilgit. Certificate of participation and token of appreciation were distributed among the participants and sponsors of camp by the chief guest Col. Saqib Iqbal, the Commander of Special Communication Organization (SCO). Guest representatives of Karakoram International University (KIU), Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP), and Gilgit-Baltistan Rural Support Programme (GBRSP) were also present at the event held at KIU’s Musharraf Hall.
The Chief Guest of the ceremony Col. Saqib Iqbal in his address stressed the importance of information technology in the current era. He appreciated the efforts of TechScape in changing the dynamics of Gilgit-Baltistan through digital skills and committed to supporting in every possible way, not just to organize such events but also to support tech camps in the future.
The Chief Technical Officer of TechScape Mr. Sajid Khan informed the audience regarding the services provided by TechScape. In his speech he stressed upon the need to learn the digital skills and requested the parents to encourage their children to pursue the field of their interest.
Mr. Muhammad Ayaz Khan, Investment Analyst Accelerate prosperity Pakistan, highlighted the services of Accelerate Prosperity in creating the eco-system for the young entrepreneurs. He also appreciated the efforts of TechScape and their services in the IT Sector GB, Specially, Concentration on young minds, Kids and future of the Youth.
Winter Tech Camp was organized by TechScape in Collaboration with Accelerate Prosperity at AP Co-working space and Aga Khan Higher Secondary School (AKHSS), Gilgit. Modules included in the camp were App Development, Game Development, Web Development, Robotics, Freelancing, Photoshop, and MS office. Students worked on their tech projects by using platforms like Scratch, Unity, Mobirise, WordPress, etc. The camp also conducted industrial visits where students visited SCO and CaliberOn International. The basic idea behind these visits was to familiarize the students with the tech-based industry around them and to give them a glimpse of the future of work.
TechScape is the first Education-Technology company in Gilgit Baltistan, which organizes different bootcamps for students across Gilgit Baltistan on different emerging technologies and Skills. It has trained more than 1000 students in Gilgit and has started camps in Hunza and Ghizer as well. Currently, TechScape is working in backward areas of GB like Chipurson and Hundur. Teaching the students about technology and its uses in daily life.
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