Pakistan’s IT sector is growing at a rapid pace during the last five years with the start of advanced technologies by keeping this goal in mind Science parks will be established in ‘Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad’
IT companies now look forward the need for educated, dynamic, and young IT talents to increase the country’s representation at international forums and it can only be done if the talented youth can get the firm hold of every nut and bolt of industry requirements.
Keeping this goal in mind Science parks will be established in three cities ‘Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad’ in order to help IT, telecom and software companies to increase exports. Science Park in Islamabad will be established in collaboration with the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) and Comsats University.
Federal Science and Technology Minister Azam Khan Swati addressed 200 million people in Pakistan are young and that the science parks will also help train them into successful IT entrepreneurs. So, that they become job providers themselves instead of seeking jobs.
With three science parks it’s a start for empowering people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative, productive to achieve the targets. A market full of opportunity must be increased in Pakistan to excel further as our neighboring country Iran had 124 science parks