Russia Collaborates with PITB to Open New Avenues in IT Sector

The Russian cooperation in information technology (IT) sector of Pakistan wants to collaborate with Pakistan in multiple areas including prospective projects in the field of Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs). That will open new ways of strong interaction between experts of Russia and Pakistan. Russian delegation visited PITB.

Members of the delegation presented a detailed presentation on the integrated IT-based solutions to the education sector which is also implemented over 100 schools in Russia. The presentation also introduced new gadgets for vocational skills programming with logical solutions.

Russia Collaborates with PITB

The Russian delegation showed the willingness to cooperate in e-government solutions, public sector automation, healthcare, citizen centric multifunctional service centers, financial and payment system.

There were ten-member in Russian delegation, that included senior management of Russian Information Technology Export (RITE), IDVP, Codewards and YARUS. In meeting  PITB officials, Punjab Curriculum and Text Book Board managing director and directors of school monitoring and curriculum were also present.

PITB Chairman Dr Umar Saif while addressing a visiting Russian IT delegation on Wednesday said:

The Russian cooperation in information technology (IT) sector of Pakistan will open up new avenues of bilateral relations in the field of technological interventions, which will also strengthen and promote the interaction between experts of two countries. Russian IT solutions would be beneficial in terms of expertise and technology transfer, which was needed to be result oriented. In order to start the activity, education, health and revenue areas should be targeted

Recently, a delegation of Punjab IT Board visited Moscow on the invitation of LLC RITE CEO, which opened up new paths of bilateral relations between the two countries in terms of Information and telecommunication. Punjab IT Board’s delegation presented PITB’s projects, that will transform Punjab into a hub of information technology.

We hope that the Russian delegation’s visit will have positive impact on information and telecommunication industry in Pakistan.

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