Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Science and Technology Atif Khan Wednesday said that the provincial government would soon start a nano degree programme and impart training to 400 youth.
Presiding over a meeting here to review progress on different development projects for the digital transformation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he said that KP would be the first region in South Asia to start the nano degree programme.
He directed all the departments concerned to complete all measures for the initiation of the programme and warned that any unnecessary delay in the execution of the project would not be tolerated.
He said that the KP government was actively working on all the development projects for the digital transformation of the province, adding that upon completion the projects would facilitate the citizens in accessing the services without any inconvenience.
Earlier, he was briefed about paperless government, Citizen Facilitation Centres, Pak Digital City Hari Pur, Employees Digital Skills, Digital Economy, Skills Centre Mardan, KP Government Super APP, Science and Technology Museum and nano degree programme.
Secretary Science and Technology Muhammad Khalid, Director Science and Technology, Managing Director KP IT Board and representatives of line departments attended the meeting.