APICTA Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Award

Young and rising talent from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa keeps the Crescent and Star high above all in the Junior Student Category at 19th International Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards were held in Ha Long, Vietnam from 18th to 23rd November, 2019. APICTA Awards are known as a stepping stone for member economics to get exposure and recognition for their ICT innovations on an international level.

Students like Abdullah Swati are the pride not only for our province but for the whole nation. KPESE’s Early Age Programme has polished the raw talent of kids like Abdullah, who has made us proud not only in National level competitions, but this time shining bright at Asia Pacific level.

Pasha ICT Awards 2019

Digital Literacy Programme Khyber Pakhtunkhwa participated in Student Category of Pasha ICT Awards which is the only Pakistani entity globally registered with & recognized by institutions such as the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA), ASOCIO (Asian Oceanic Computing Industry Organization) and APICTA (Asia Pacific ICT Alliance). The annual Pasha ICT Awards aim to provide recognition to the software and service companies of Pakistan by providing them an opportunity to gain local, regional and international exposure through on-going promotional activities. All over Pakistan 21 teams apply for junior student category in which 1st and 2nd Position Secured by Digital Literacy Programme Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Comppec Nust 21-April-2019

A momentous occasion as the visionary excellence and pragmatic planning invested in KPESE’s brainchild “Digital Literacy Programme Khyber Pakhtunkhwa” generates commendable results. Students from government schools of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa make history at COMPPEC (Comppec-Computer Project Exhibition and Competitio ), the ultimate computers and a technological event of Pakistan, annually hosted by the Dept. of Computer Engineering NUST, Islamabad by grabbing all the top slots.
An ideal platform to e
xplore young talent and experience their creative exploits in the World of Computers, COMPPEC invited students from around Pakistan to take part in their Digital Literacy Programme Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Category.
Competing with top-notch private schools, 11 teams from KPESE’s “Digital Literacy Programme Khyber Pakhtunkhwa” qualified for the first round while secured first Three positions in the final round which amazed everyone with their exceptional talent and thorough understanding of modern technology. It was unprecedented that students hailing from government schools, notorious for their substandard educational framework could compete at such a level and then turn the tables by winning the whole thing.