KPITB 2nd E-Ilaj Center(A telemedicine health facility) inaugurated by the Sr. Minister Shahram Khan Tarakai Official in Swabi.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board - KPITB in collaboration with Health Department, KP launched the second E-ilaj Telemedicine center
It is a health care facility, which will cater to remote areas by providing facilities like Video Conference System, Vital Sign Monitor, Digital Stethoscope, ENT Scope and Ultrasound etc at their door step. The inauguration ceremony was held today in Swabi
A delegation from the KPITB and the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa present a strategy for addressing youth employment through the digital economy and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as an outsourcing destination.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has competitive costs, abundant talent pool and strong government support and incentives to promote offshoring and outsourcing. Digital jobs are a cornerstone to promote youth unemployment in the province
Using the imagination and the programming skills taught in Early Age Programming, the students have managed to create hundreds of games, applications, and animations. From converting the computer keyboard into a piano to a visual animated application of their favorite book, these kids are not only learning core analytical thinking skills but also having fun at the same time. The project was nominated as one of the most innovative initiatives in the education category by the Pakistan Innovation Forum.
In order to showcase the projects created by the students of the first batch of Early Age Programming, an Hour of Code was organized by KPITB, where 30+ students from selected government schools got a chance to showcase their applications to the public and the media. The trainers were also awarded certificates at this event as a token of appreciation for the commendable services rendered in imparting these critical programming skills to school children.
The event took place on Tuesday 26th December from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, at KPITB office, 134, Industrial Estate, Hayatabad, Peshawar. Senior Minister Health and IT, Mr. Shahram Khan Tarakai along with the Secretary STIT were present at the event.
Government schools IT labs opened its doors for private leading schools to witness the change as promised via KPITB Early Age Programming!
Introductory and orientation session for leading private schools arranged in Mardan.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board - KPITB in collaboration with the KP Elementary Secondary Education Department has launched first of its kind project in Pakistan- The Early Age Programming in the public sector schools of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The curriculum of this programme is designed by
"Code.org" and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Scratch. The first phase of the programme is running successfully in 60 schools across different districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, with the vision to equip the young generation with the tools of tomorrow. Our programme strives to introduce a skilled generation of programmers and coders to the world.
Let join hands in securing the future by investing in our youth today.
The final demo day of KPITB's Civic Fellowship Program in collaboration with Code for Pakistaand has been hosted at KPITB. The successful fellows presented their solutions for different public sector departments and received certificate of completion. The Senior Minister for Health and IT Shahram Khan Tarakai Official was the chief guest of the event. The solutions made for different departments by the fellows through technology were highly applauded.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board - KPITB in collaboration with KP Health Department launched the first E-ilaj Telemedicine center.
It is the first of its kind health care facility, which will cater to remote areas by providing facilities like Video Conference System, Vital Sign Monitor, Digital Stethoscope, ENT Scope and Ultrasound etc at their door step. The inauguration ceremony was held today in Behali, District Mansehra, KP.
KPITB is playing a pivotal role in the Digital Transformation of the country. In pursuance of its Digital Strategy in Pakistan, KPITB is honored to partner with ITCN Asia 2017.
Our stall is placed at Hall number 1, our team is there to answer any queries that you might have regarding the extraordinary projects being initiated by KPITB. Please do visit us for the outstanding investment opportunities.
Amidst growing concern over the spread of the Dengue virus in Peshawar, we got to work....and built the KP Health Portal app in under 24 hours!
Citizens can now call 1700 and access the Dengue Health Helpline 24 hours a day. The Health Portal App is being used by Health department
and will be available to download on Google Play Store in the coming days.
Health workers can also login to the app to report updates on treatment activities, and when they recognize symptoms of infectious diseases in communities across the province.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Department will mobilize staff and resources in response to citizen concerns and use the data collected to identify public health trends and monitor health worker performance.
The quick development of the application is also a testament to how technology can be used to improve all types of government service delivery and how government departments can collaborate.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board - KPITB in collaboration with the KP Health Department signed an agreement with COMSATS Internet Services for establishing and operating a Telemedicine Center in Behali, District Manshera. The facility will be extended across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ceremony was chaired by the Senior Minister for Health and Information Technology, Mr. Shahram Khan
خیبر پختونخواہ انفارمیشن ٹیکنالوجی بورڈ اور خیبر پختونخواہ محکمہ صحت کے اشتراک سے آج کامسیٹس انٹرنیٹ سروس کے ساتھ ایک معاہدے پر دستخط کیا گیا جس کے تحت بہالی ، ضلع مانسہرہ میں ٹیلی میڈیسن کا مرکز قائم کیا جائیگا اس سہولت کو خیبر پختونخواہ کے تمام علاقوں میں جلد پھیلایا جائیگا۔ یہ تقریب محکمہ صحت اور آئی ٹی کے سینئر منسٹر شہرام خان کی صدارت میں منعقد کی گئی۔
Public Demo Day of 3rd batch of KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program 2017 was held today at KPITBs Government Innovation Lab in Peshawar:Durshal.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board - KPITB, Code for Pakistan and the World Bank Groups collaborative initiative the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program helps the Government to bridge the gap between themselves and the public
The 6 months long Fellowship program (launched on 7th March, 2017) aims to bring together talented researchers, designers and developers to build apps, increase citizen engagement, improve government service delivery and show the government how to innovate in public services.
The teams showcased their products in front of Secretary ST IT and Transport and SSP Traffic. Shahbaz Khan , MD of KPITB also gave a speech at the event, encouraging the youth to take an active part in the digital transformation of KP.
In order to promote Digital Employment in the province, which is part of KPITB’s “Digital KP” initiative, KPITB arranged an event with the inspirational and iconic Fiverr’s Top Rated and Super Seller Aaliyaan Chaudhary on 15th July,2017 in Peshawar at Nishtar Hall.
It was a 6 hours workshop about “Freelancing on Fiverr” and was a huge success. The event attraccted over 150 aspiring digital entrepreneurs from all across Pakistan.
The proceeds from the event were donated to “The Logical Pakistan”, a charity organisation which helps in providing food to the needy people across Pakistan.
Team KP IT Board's brainstorming session with Industry Experts on the way forward for Youth Employment Programme Phase 2.
We are thankful to all the members who attended the session!
The first phase of early age programming and IT essentials project was successfully kicked off across KP in 14 districts. The pilot program has been launched in 60 public sector schools and will expand to the rest of the province in the next phase. The project promises to be the first of its kind in Pakistan. The main deliverable of the project is to provide a platform to the children of 7th, 8th and 9th grade to acquire programming and IT essential skills. The consolidated and unique curriculum of this project has never been introduced in Pakistan before with the aim to enable children of early age group to acquire the analytical and critical thinking required at a stage when their brain is still developing and adapts easily.