The Government of Punjab and Huawei Technologies are looking forward to work with each other. They have recently signed an agreement that aims to start e-Service pilot projects in health and education sectors of Punjab, Pakistan.
On this occasion Jahanzeb Khan who is the Chairman Planning and Development Punjab said,
“Huawei Technologies Company has agreed to set-up e-services pilot projects in four hospitals, one university, one college, one high school and one elementary school free of cost in Punjab as its pilot projects.”
The event was also graced by the presence of Najam Ali Shah who is the Secretary Specialized Healthcare Punjab and Huawei Chief Executive Officer Saif-Chi.
The agreement plans to open up smart e-Classroom at IT University Lahore. It aims to help students to communicate with professors and scholars of partner institutes. The monitoring system can capture and save video.
The agreement is not only confined to Lahore there are other institutes to which the same facilities with be provided soon. The other institutes are Directorate of Staff Development Lahore, Government High School Raiwind Lahore and Government College of Elementary Teachers, Multan. Online learning and innovative ICT will help improve teaching quality.
Huawei would help in all sorts of technical assistance in healthcare e-Services. The major aim is to provide District Hospital Muzaffar Garh, Children’s Hospital Lahore, Tehsil Headquarter Hospital Gojra and Rural Health Center medical solutions and consultancy. Hospital Information Management System will be installed in the hospitals for this purpose.
Nothing can be better than technology used for education and health purposes as health is wealth and education is the first step to success.