HIT hosts trainers training for 16 universities to catch up with global revolution

ISLAMABAD: HIT: A professional event as orientation session for trainers training program was held at Hazza Institute of Technology, Islamabad running Industry Academia Bridge Program. The program aims at training faculty & students of 16 universities in disruptive information technologies to catch up with global Industry 5.0 revolution, says a Press release.
Talking to the participants Osman Nasir, MD, Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) called for action by the Academia and need to promote entrepreneurship in our universities. He also hinted on the Govt. resolve to continue supporting such like programs in future as well.
Syed Mohammad Ayub Shah, Chief Industry Development Officer, PSEB in his address highlighted the need for excelling in technology and making use of the Industry 5.0 revolution. He praised the faculty for its role in developing social ecosystem for promoting the industry in Pakistan. He explained the logic for fundamentals of program in details.
Brig (Retd) Dr. Ashraf Masood, Director Training of Hazza Institute of Technology briefed the audience of project status and successful conduct strategy & profile.
Earlier, Azhar Sindhu, MD, Hazza Institute of Technology welcomed all participants and praised all stakeholders for their support and participation.
This event was concluded with the hope that this program will alleviate the economic difficulties of the country and lead towards rapid economic growth through export of IT products, IT enabled services as well as highly skilled human resources to the developed countries.