As long as the dream of Prime Minister Imran Khan:
making digital Pakistan, the IT ministry is planning for holding the Digital Pakistan Policy Roundtables. This is titled Improving Lives through Modern, Reliable and Affordable Digital Services. Furthermore, on Tuesday, the Ministry of data Technology has announced that the roundtables are going to held in the main cities of Pakistan: Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. Which is beginning from the coming date: 24th of March, along with the subsequent institutions mentioned below:
- VU (Virtual University)
- NITB (National Information Technology Board)
- P@SHA (Pakistan Software Houses Association
- PSEB (Pakistan Software Export Board)
- NTC (National Telecommunication Corporation)
If we talk about the key objectives of the conferences, then it is regarding asking the stakeholders from the general private and public Sectors, donor and academia agencies to offer their suggestion on key pillars of the policy:
- E-commerce & digital platforms
- IT/TeS Development
- Human Resource Development
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Exports, Privacy, and Security
- ICT Infrastructure
These suggestions will definitely result in the creation of a strong digital policy.
Next, Round-table 2021 of Pakistan Digital Policy is providing a chance to look at the parallels between emerging changes and policy pillars staying within the technology space. It also presents and reviews a variety of socio-technical sides, this is stated by Nadeem A. Malik, who is a member of the taskforce of PM for Telecom and IT.
Moreover, the 2021 policy of Digital Pakistan, is going to be introduced and will be supported as well by the digital transformation of Pakistan through probing the credible and affordable digital services for reinforcing the quality the economic and life of the citizens great. In addition, this policy also sets out the Ministry of legislative obligations of IT; including the policy laws, frameworks, and regulations, which will help in establishing the sustainable climate of IT.
In short, the Digital Policy of Pakistan of 2021 roundtable will help us definitely along with the efforts for a prosperous Pakistan, Osman Nasir sated this who is the director of PSEB.
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