The AI-based career advice portal was launched on Thursday by Federal Information Technology and Communications Minister Syed Amin Ul Haque. The ceremony, held in the committee room, was attended by Assistant Secretary Aisha Humera Moriani and other senior IT staff from the ministry.
The Pakistan Software Export Commission has created a portal. Its primary goal is to be a resource for aspiring IT professionals.
Aminul Haq said at his inauguration: “Young people who choose IT fields often don’t know which fields are beneficial to them.” It makes choosing and finding a job easier, he continued. Artificial intelligence is used in conjunction with Botnostic Solutions to facilitate career advice on the portal.
Pakistan produces 25,000-30,000 computer science graduates and about 445,000 university graduates each year. Pakistan should have a huge tech industry and a thriving corporate sector with a very large number of graduates, but the reality is quite the opposite. Universities produce so many graduates that employers are forced to train them themselves in order to obtain some service from them. As a result, the quality of the education they receive is sacrificed, allowing graduates to use it in the workplace and benefit their employers. Young people under the age of 30 make up two-thirds of Pakistan’s population. This young population is Pakistan’s greatest resource and has the potential to be invaluable in the technology sector.
“With a shortage of career advisors in urban areas and a shortage of career advisors in rural areas, there is a need to provide comprehensive guidance to young people,” Syed added. This dream will only come true if we can guide them in the right direction. National and international IT industries can also use this portal to find qualified candidates. To achieve this goal, the ministry is committed to providing broadband services and freelance training across the country. His IT exports to Pakistan top his $2.5 billion. We must reach our goal of at least $15 billion.
“It is important that relevant ministries play their part in solving the problems of the information and communications industry.” “The IT industry has the potential to pay off Pakistan’s debt burden and stabilize the economy. The Government of Pakistan plans to improve graduate employment over the next five years with a specific target of creating 10 million graduate jobs through the Ministry of Education and Youth. If the problems of the ITV telecom sector are solved, the country’s economic problems will also be solved. To compete with the rest of the world in technology, we need more government initiatives and significantly better university degrees.