(Infosette News) ISLAMABAD: A group from the world’s largest search engine Google delegation team arrived in Pakistan on Monday to meet with Ameenul Haque, the minister of information technology and telecommunications, and others.
The delegation will also meet with the Chairman of the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and the Minister of Federal Law to discuss the start of the PTA’s operations in Pakistan.
I.T. and Telecom Minister Aminul Haque stated that they would make an effort to persuade the visiting group to establish a Google office in Pakistan.
He noted that Google, Facebook, and other social media platforms were generating enormous amounts of revenue from Pakistan and that their building an office there would undoubtedly aid them in better comprehending Pakistan’s culture and religious views.
The recent registration of Google as a company in Pakistan should be recognized.
Google introduced Career Certificates earlier in September to provide all Pakistanis with flexible learning pathways so they may advance their knowledge and pick up digital skills for in-demand occupations.
Google has reaffirmed its commitment to enabling an equitable and inclusive digital economy as part of its mission to “Unlock Pakistan’s Digital Potential” by providing 15,000 scholarships by this year through local partners IRM and Ignite, which are made up of educational institutions, business partners, and nonprofits.