PTA celebrates World Telecom Day

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority celebrates world telecom day on May 17. Director PTA highlighted the role of the authority in different sectors of the country.

PTA celebrates World Telecom Day

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Chairman Major General (R) Amir Azeem Bajwa said that telecommunication authority is trying to reshape the country by bringing innovations in the information and communication technologies. In a message on World Telecom Day, being seen on May 17, he stated, Pakistan’s telecom part had become a good example for different divisions in reshaping the monetary fate of the individuals.

“This sector will keep on assuming a significant job in the present decade towards the accomplishment of SDGs,” he included. The administrator said the importance of ICT systems had never been as articulated and essential to our wellbeing, prosperity, and invigorating financial development as were during the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.

The PTA, he stated, had been effectively assuming its job enhancing government’s endeavors by successfully utilizing advanced innovations for open mindfulness, checking the spread of COVID-19 through following, track and isolate (TTQ), encouraging finances distributing to the poor through Ehsaas Program, and managing public donations in Prime Minister’s COVID-19 Relief Fund through short messaging service (SMS).

Bajwa said the PTA is determined to help purchasers and organizations and to guarantee that systems stayed versatile and quality telecommunication administrations were accessible to all particularly during circumstances such as the present.

He stated, “We are completely dedicated to utilize ICTs for a reasonable future and to make a more grounded, joined together and associated Pakistan and worldwide network.”

The WTIS Day is being praised on May 17, and topic during the current year – “Interface 2030: ICTs for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” holds exceptional hugeness for the world and Pakistan.

With respect to year’s World Telecom Day topic, the PTA director stated, “I feel glad to specify that the PTA is doing its most extreme endeavors nearby different partners in supporting SDGs by bridging the technology divide and bringing monetary and social advantages of the portable and web to country networks.”

By Ahsan Ali

A young motivated person, interested in research and bioenterpreneurship in Pakistan.