Ghazi University students, professors to get smartphones with study curriculum and eBooks
DERA GHAZI KHAN – workforce and students in a lot of worldwide colleges and universities today count on smartphones and pills as technology is helping enhance means of working and learning.
A Pakistani college has additionally taken a good move by providing pupils smartphones.
In a welcome party on Saturday, Professor Muhammad Khalique Ahmed, the newly-appointed vice-chancellor of Ghazi University, unveiled the university’s intends to offer smartphones to the students along with the faculty.
He stated, ‘the university was planning to give iPhones with curriculum and publications apps to students to transform the campuses into cyber campuses in addition to pupils and faculty would be connected at any hour and students could use particular e-books.’ ‘Students would need to keep a nominal price and additionally they could save money spent on buy of pricey publications’ he included.
In addition to this, the vice-chancellor also inaugurated a unique model classroom equipped with cyber facilities and guaranteed to update the library to modern-day requirements.
The VC is designed to increase the university and take it to criteria with all the modern world.
The Pakistani government has taken initiatives to introduce free laptop computer schemes, notably the PM’s National Laptop Scheme, but this can be a primary formal move by a college to give on no-cost smartphones to their pupils to assist all of them inside their scientific studies.