Pakistan’s first-ever free IT boot camp, TechLift, has been launched by the Pakistan Software Houses Association (P@SHA), the Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB), and Excellence Delivered to upskill Pakistan’s youth.
Individual instruction in web engineering (.NET) and mobile app development is included in the program (Flutter and React Native).
The students will be given hands-on practical sessions to help them develop their abilities over the three-month instructor-led program.
This program is for unemployed or underemployed adults who completed their degrees in 2017 or later, according to the PSEB.
It will aid in the preparation of young people for the critical skills required in today’s fast-paced web engineering and mobile app development industries.
Individual trainees will be placed on a career path that leads to some of the industry’s most notable players, freelancing, or startup opportunities as a result of their TechLift boot camp experience.
The trainees will be added to a PSEB Talent Portal, which will be open to the whole IT industry, and they will receive career counseling and job placement assistance.
Classes will begin in Lahore (soon) in the initial phase, and the program will later be expanded to Islamabad and Karachi.
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