Youth Employment Program

Institute of Management Sciences Peshawar in collaboration with KP IT Board will provide four weeks of free training on “Freelancing”. The training will include setting up accounts on different marketplaces such as fivver, peopleperhour, upwork, applying for jobs/projects, setting up payment methods and a lot more.


  • Fill and submit the form.
  • Wait for the E-Mail.
  • Appear for the interview.

You will be notified the date of the interview through E-Mail.


  • KP Domicile
  • Good Communication Skills (Written/Spoken English)
  • Female students are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Existing Freelancers are welcome to take their skills to the next level.

This training will be conducted in 7 divisions of KPK which are Peshawar, Mardan, Malakand, DI Khan, Bannu, Kohat & Hazara

For Registration visit


NXTGENabNXTGEN 2016 will be held from April 04-30, 2016 and it is being organized by Peshawar 2.0 ( Peshawar2.0 has created a PKR 1 Million Scholarship Fund to provide accelerated education to Ten (10) aspiring Designers, Coders and Artists in NXTGEN 2016. NXTGEN (Next Generation) is a movement of young people. NXTGEN is designed as an accelerated and hands-on learning initiative for inspiring and educating our future techies, designers, artists and entrepreneurs in Peshawar2.0.

In 2015, more than 100 enthusiastic and passionate techies, designers and artists attended NXTGEN sprints and workshops at Basecamp. 70 individuals from 15 campuses in KPK were given scholarships, who received accelerated education in the areas of Technology, Design, Art, Communication, and Entrepreneurship.

Workshops and Sprints of NXTGEN

  • Dress Up Your CV
  • Learn the Art of Pencil Sketching
  • Learn to Code iOS Apps
  • Learn the Art of Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
  • Master the Basics of Adobe Photoshop
  • Build a Million-Dollar Android App
  • How to Become a Better Photographer
  • Arduino: Hands-On Introduction with Projects
  • Learn How to Earn with Freelancing
  • Biology going Digital: What is Bioinformatics & Computational Biology?
  • Master the Basics of Adobe Illustrator
  • Become a Rockstar Social Media Marketer
  • Learn the Basics of Search Engine Optimization
  • WordPress: Design Websites in 2 Hours
  • Introduction to the Art of Calligraphy
  • Create & Animate Stop Motion Videos
  • Paint What you See: Introduction to Digital Painting
  • Convert you Idea into a Startup
  • Learn the Basics of Fashion Illustration

P2 Scholarship Fund Application Form (Deadline: 30th March 2016, 10:00 pm PST)



NXTGEN Booklet


PAK-CHINA Business Forum 2016

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology is organizing this program to promote University  & Industry collaborations in business and economic sectors for the mutual benefit of both the countries.

After the success of four consecutive Pak-China Business Forums in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015, the forum is scheduled to be held from 19th to 22nd March 2016.

More details of this forum are available at 

Abu Dhabi Group reacquires 100% stake in Warid Telecom

Warid Telecom was a joint venture between Abu Dhabi Group & SingTel Group. Abu Dhabi Group entered into a strategic alliance with Singapore Telecom. Subsequent to this transaction in May 23 (2005), telecom giant SingTel acquired 30% percent equity stake in Warid Telecom, Pakistan.  Abu Dhabi Group (ADG) has bought back its shares from Singapore’s Singtel, a source just confirmed. ADG desires to consolidate its telecom operations in Pakistan for a larger and profitable entity. With 100% ownership in Warid Telecom, Abu Dhabi Group has further reinforced its commitment to the company. This strategic decision will allow the Group to have a more focused approach as Warid enters its 8th year of operations in Pakistan.

The group in its press statement said that with the 100% ownership in Warid Telecom, they had reaffirmed their commitment to its subsidiary and the Pakistani telecom sector. According to the latest statistics released by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, the number of cellular subscribers in Pakistan surpassed 123 million at the end of November 2012.

Warid Telecom added 181,877 new subscribers and stood last in the ranking with 12.943 million subscribers on November 30, 2012, preceded by Zong, Mobilink, Telenor and Ufone.

The buyout comes at a time when Warid is about to enter its eighth year of operations in the country.

After the acquisition the group plans to improve Warid Telecom’s operations in Pakistan by introducing new technologies, services and packages.

Abu Dhabi Group is a large business conglomerate in the Middle East and one of the largest foreign investors in Pakistan. It has diversified business interests, offering strong financial resources and extensive management expertise that result in commercial success for several institutions. The Group’s interests in Pakistan range from Information and communication technologies (ICT), financial services, energy, hospitality & real estate, healthcare and agriculture.

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