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Funds allocated for IT and Telecom Division in PSDP 2020-21,


Funds have been allocated for IT and the Telecom Division in PSDP 2020-21. The federal government of Pakistan has reserved Rs. 6672.984 million for the ongoing schemes as well as for the new schemes.

Funds allocated for IT and Telecom Division in PSDP 2020-21,

Funds have been allocated for IT and the Telecom Division in PSDP 2020-21. The federal government of Pakistan has reserved Rs. 6672.984 million for the ongoing schemes as well as for the new schemes.

Funds have been allocated for IT and the Telecom Division in PSDP 2020-21. The federal government of Pakistan has reserved Rs. 6672.984 million for the ongoing schemes and the new schemes concerning the Information Technology (IT) and Telecom Division under the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the financial year 2020-21.

An amount equal to Rs.4780.984 million has also been allotted for the ongoing schemes and Rs. 1892 million was kept for the new schemes of the Information Technology (IT) and Telecom Division.

Among the ongoing schemes, Rs. 275 million was reserved for the certification process of IT professionals while Rs 230 million for e-office replication at all divisions of the federal government.

Also, an amount of Rs/ 709 million has been allocated for the expansion and the upgradation of 3G/4G services and seamless coverage along Karakoram Highway in Gilgit Baltistan, Rs. 535 million for expansion of broadband services in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan, Rs. 750 million for expansion of cellular services in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan and Rs1747.48 million for the phase one of the Technology Parks Development Project (TDP) in Islamabad.

Commensurately under the new schemes, an amount of Rs.100 million for the establishment of Sino-Pak Center for Artificial Intelligence,Rs200 million for expansion of broadband services in cities and towns of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan and Rs250 million for protection and upgradation of Pak-China CFC project while Rs. 300 million was allocated for blended virtual education,

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