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Zoom Pakistan announces free licenses for professionals and students

The professionals and students can work or study online sitting at home

Zoom Pakistan has so far issued 21680 free licenses for online classes, Country Director Hana Siddiqui informs Sindh Education Minister Sardar Shah


The ZOOM Pakistan Country Director Ms. Hana Siddiqui and DTech CEO Adeel Dayo held a meeting with Sindh Provincial Education and Culture Minister Syed Sardar Ali Shah at his office here on Wednesday.

Ms. Hana Siddiqui told the Education Minister that Zoom Pakistan had issued 21680 free licenses for online classes, which can be used for virtual education especially technical education, conference and meeting purposes.

She mentioned that D-Tech CEO’s role has been instrumental in the launching of the Zoom license. She said that the number of users of Zoom has increased rapidly in Pakistan after covid19.

Zoom-Minister-Meeting-Sindh Courier-1She also informed the minister that Zoom will provide this facility for free to more professionals who work from home or students who want to continue online study.

Education Minister Sardar Shah said that his department is also working on various projects related to distance learning or online education along with traditional methods.

He further said that they intend to provide online platforms from which students can easily find online lectures and syllabus. “During the times of covid-19, the trend of virtual or online learning had emerged”. He added that the education department aims to continue the teaching and training process with the help of Zoom and other online platforms.

Provincial Education Minister Sindh appreciated Zoom and D-Tech’s initiatives and assured to work together. (PR)


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