We materialize equitable digital inclusion by improving the quality of education through content and technological resources.


In collaboration with UNDP in 2018 KPITBoard initiated a series of Advanced Digital Skills trainings for the youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Under the program a total of 1200 youth were trained in skills like cloud computing and big data analytics.  The program had concluded and a total of 500+ in phase I whereas 2500 in phase 2 students were trained. The training duration was for two months and the students were provided certificates at the end of the courses


Women Empowerment through Digital Skills" is a key component of KPITB’s Digital Jobs initiative in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Funded by the Multi-Donor Trust Fund and administered by The World Bank, this project is executed by DEMO and TechValley Pakistan. Its core aim is to train 3000 young women in digital skills, enhancing their contribution to the digital economy of the province and the larger digital ecosystem of Pakistan.


The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information & Technology Board (KPITB), in partnership with DEMO, DataPoint, and Tech Valley, is executing the “Employable Digital Skills for the Youth of Newly Merged Areas” project. This initiative falls under the KP Youth Employment Program (KPYEP) and targets training 840 youth across the newly merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in employable digital skills, integrating them into the digital economy.


The 'SheMeansBusiness' program, a collaborative initiative between KPITB and Facebook (Meta), is designed to empower female entrepreneurship in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The program aims to equip 2500 women with vital skills in digital marketing and financial management, essential for flourishing in the digital business landscape.


The first digital skills program launched for Persons’ with Disabilities (PWDs) in line with the equitable digital inclusion objective of KPITB that has been concluded successfully.The initiative provides (Persons With Disabilities) (PWDs) from the province to undergo through a two-month long robust and tailored curriculum, to learn in demand skills based on market needs.

The Skills imparted to PWDs includes

  • Graphics Design, Web Development,
  • Digital Marketing, and
  • Screen Reading Software


The first of its kind scholarship program launched for the first time in South Asia in collaboration with Udacity aimed at imparting the youth hands on advanced digital skills.Nano Degrees are a copy right of Udacity. Inc. It is efficient and impact driven digital skills program to achieve positive career outcomes with a focus on demand to meet the needs of employers.


The Fellowship Program is a 6-month program supported the KPIT Board, Code for Pakistan, and the World Bank, where a team of talented researchers, designers, community organizers, and developers collaborate to build apps, inspire citizen engagement, improve government, and show how to innovate in public services. These apps can help solve problems in a variety of public domains, such as healthcare, crime, disaster management, citizen engagement, transportation, traffic, education, etc.

KP Digital Internship

KP DIGITAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM is KPITB’s flagship project that provides an opportunity to 150 students graduating from KP universities each year to secure jobs by learning the required skill sets that are sought by employers. The program offers CS and ICT graduates to develop into professionally experienced candidates who allure the employer with their skill sets, capabilities, and experiences and they are expected to bring returns on investments and add value to organizations. This program is also aimed at the provision of human resource support to the companies located in KP it parks for their business operations and sustainability. The duration of each batch of internships is 6 months.

Early Age Programming

KPITB in collaboration with the Elementary & Secondary Education department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa launched the Early Age Programming project in 2017. The project has produced remarkable results and the computer literacy and digital skill level of the marginalized students of government schools have improved significantly. The curriculum developed for the Early Age Programming initiative is by far the most advanced in the country, leaving behind the curriculum offered by most of the renowned private schools. It is pertinent to mention that the Early Age Programming initiative falls under the Digital Skills pillar of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Digital Strategy. The initiative is well in line with the Sustainable Development Goals and promises to contribute towards the economic uplifting of the country as well as reducing inequalities and improving the quality of education.

Moreover, The flagship early age programming project has been rolled out in more than 900 schools in settled districts while it has been offered in 11 schools in merged districts also which will be scaled up to 90 schools in merged districts.