KP Science Agenda

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has revealed 13 new scientific and technology initiatives as part of its Rs1.5 billion “KP Science Agenda” project. The KP Directorate General of Science and Technology (DoST) hosted a launch event in Peshawar on Tuesday that brought together more than 200 leaders from universities, research institutes, startups, business, the development sector, and the government.

According to Dr. Faisal Khan, the brains behind the “KP Science Agenda,” this historic effort will help change Pakistan’s digital environment. “We are introducing a comprehensive, end-to-end strategy for science and technology programs for the first time,” the statement reads.

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The goal of the initiative is to ensure that the students are ready for occupations in the future that will be influenced by emerging technologies and digital transformation. The end-to-end curriculum, according to Dr. Khan, “connects education with real-world industrial experiences by allowing students to learn, design, prototype, and also produce the finished product.” Additionally, this will assist the 220 million-person nation in preparing the workforce of the future.

The project’s clear concentration on three fields—advanced materials, biology, and space sciences—is another important component. According to Dr. Faisal Khan, who holds a PhD in Systems Biology from the University of Oxford, all three businesses have the potential to attain trillion-dollar valuations in the coming years.

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The goal of the initiative is to ensure that the students are ready for occupations in the future that will be influenced by emerging technologies and digital transformation. The end-to-end curriculum, according to Dr. Khan, “connects education with real-world industrial experiences by allowing students to learn, design, prototype, and also produce the finished product.” Additionally, this will assist the 220 million-person nation in preparing the workforce of the future.

The project’s clear concentration on three fields—advanced materials, biology, and space sciences—is another important component. According to Dr. Faisal Khan, who holds a PhD in Systems Biology from the University of Oxford, all three businesses have the potential to attain trillion-dollar valuations in the coming years.

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