Pak Army Launches ‘Digital Skills Center’ in Peshawar to Empower Youth


The Pakistan Army has inaugurated a Digital Skills Center in Peshawar. Positioned at Digital Skills Center, the initiative, hosted at Government High School Shamshato, aims to provide the young generation with autonomy, proficiency, and valuable skills through the Digital Skills Program.

The program is designed to offer diverse training courses, equipping young individuals with the capabilities necessary for success in the digital economy and workforce.

The establishment features a state-of-the-art computer lab and currently accommodates a substantial number of students engaged in various training modules.

Notably, the initiative places a specific focus on empowering women through modern skills. In its upcoming phase, the Digital Skills Center is set to expand its scope, further enhancing the skill set of women in the region.

The creation of the Digital Skills Center points out a commitment to inclusive education, reflecting the vision of fostering a prosperous and empowered Pakistan.

Beyond traditional education, the program places a strong emphasis on practical skills aligned with the demands of the digital era. This holistic approach aims to contribute to the development of a skilled and capable workforce in the region, ultimately driving economic growth and technological advancement.

The Pakistan Army’s initiative stands as a testament to the pivotal role education and digital literacy play in shaping the future of the nation. By providing young individuals, including women, with essential skills, the Digital Skills Center endeavors to pave the way for a brighter and more empowered Pakistan.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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