Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) this year will encourage development of incubators to help entrepreneurs set up and promote their information technology businesses. According to official sources, PSEB will work on projects of human resource development, IT industry development, e-government and infrastructure development.
Under Internship Phase-III programme run by Pakistan Software Export Board, fresh graduates will be groomed by engaging them with software companies so that they can acquire practical skills required by the IT industry.
While under the National ICT Scholarship programme, the target this year is to provide about 400 students with scholarships for 4-year Bachelor's degree programme in various national universities. With the help of Software Board, the government has set up Software Technology Parks which may be treated as Tax Free Zones so that they can act as a hub for value-added activities such as multimedia content, animation, computer games and knowledge creation.
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