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In order to revive the lost culture of reading and learning among masses, especially in the new generation, the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) has established 20 e-libraries in various

Jun 22, 2018

The Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) conducted week-long training sessions for Hajj Group Organizers (HGOs) Management Information System (MIS) for Hajj 2018 across the country in collabo

Jun 16, 2018

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Information Technology University (ITU) the Punjab have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), a cooperation agreement here on Wednesday to join

Jun 16, 2018
People are always keen to know, explore and learn things that they are unfamiliar with, we call it “human nature”. Everyone has the right to information through transparency.

The students of Punjab have now been facilitated by the Government of Punjab through electronic books. This initiative will not only make it easy for students to access knowledge but also helps them assimilate it better. Is an electronic book really so different from a conventional book?

Initiatives to entirely automate the already well facilitated courts within Punjab are in their final stages! Various projects have been undertaken to computerize the Lahore High Court since 1996, which marked the beginning of this journey.

Have we all not wondered what is happening at the back end of each project that we witness? PITB has provided a solution! The Government of Punjab has taken the initiative to make the data obtained through monitoring easily accessible to the public. This has already been implemented in the education sector.

Punjab Information Technology Board continues to facilitate the youth with a vital and time-relevant platform through 2015. Nearly 50,000 graduates benefited from the Punjab Youth Internship Program that was launched in 2012.This program provides a career platform for fresh graduates to gain real time job experience.