Two Pakistani Software Engineers Made Urdu Speech Therapy Platform for Kids

Two Pakistani Software Engineers Made Urdu Speech Therapy Platform for Kids. Two software engineers from Karachi’s first women’s university Jinnah, have developed a speech therapy platform that can change lives of hearing impaired kids and adults forever.

Shanza Khan Shahani and Rabab are the two young vibrant girls that let thousands of people to have a dream again. The dream of being normal. The dream of hearing everything and speaking without any hurdle. This will also help slow learners to get command over language. The have launched this therapy in collaboration with Bolo Tech.

Two Pakistani Software Engineers Made Urdu Speech Therapy Platform for Kids

This software actually targets kids but it can also help other adults who have hearing problems. Speech therapy is indeed a costly and time consuming option. This therapy not only saves time but is a perfect alternative to speech therapy. Speech therapist can give a person certain hours to learn to talk.

On the other hand this software can be used for hours daily. Unlike speech therapists, the software can be used to practice for hours on a daily basis without spending large amount of money.

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What Is Bolo Tech?

Bolo Tech is actually a digital speech therapy platform that is based on Urdu only. It assimilates audio and visuals to help people learn the right pronunciations of Urdu alphabets and words.

They have made detailed lessons from the Urdu Qaida. They also have some interactive games that help in improving a person’s speech. Right now the girls are incubated at The Nest I/O, a tech incubator in Karachi. It was launched by Pakistan Software House Association for IT and ITES ([email protected]).

Co-Founder Shanza said:

Every minute at The Nest counts for us as we will never get the same opportunity to be able to work on the product without any interruption the way we have gotten at this incubation center. At home, there are always electricity shortages, internet problems and family members disrupting our workflow.

During this four-month incubation, these young entrepreneurs will receive advice and support from industry veterans and mentors. The will not only have access to technology but also investors.

They aim to improve Bolo Tech but right now they will focus on Urdu language only. In couple of weeks they plan to launch the first version of this software having complete curriculum. In future they will launch its final version having different games and more exciting features.

The two girls told that they have plans to develop different lessons and designing a curriculum in regional languages of Pakistan after they get full command over this software.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

One Comment

  1. wonderful keep it up girls now a days where every pakistani tries to have western life style
    and english language is preffered more than urdu language it was a very serious concern
    for us that urdu is slowly wiped out special if you look into big cities like lahore,karachi and islamabad………etc.

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