Microsoft Pakistan hosts Microsoft Campus Connect Day 2022, an Education Transformation Framework ETF initiative that seamlessly imparts knowledge by digitizing the education system and changing the learning practices of top institutions across Pakistan taken to achieve its goal of transition.
The event was a hybrid event and was attended by hundreds of academics, vice-chancellors of various universities, faculties, and government officials, both public and private.
It is worth mentioning here that Microsoft has been working with the Higher Education Commission HEC and institutions across Pakistan for 12 years to help transform education through the power of technology, and this year again Based on 4 main pillars. The Microsoft ETF Initiative: Student Success, Academic Research, Secure and Connected Campuses and Teaching and Learning.
The main purpose of this hybrid blended event was to share the programs offered as part of the ETF and to showcase the country’s higher education institutions that are diligently learning and implementing Microsoft technologies as well as Along with how Microsoft is helping organizations take advantage of Microsoft’s custom products. And services to digitize their core functions.
Microsoft classroom features such as “Microsoft Teams” can help students, faculty, and staff collaborate digitally. Benefits of other useful tools and platforms such as Microsoft Azure in education and educational research – a powerful tool to improve services and reduce overheads at the same time.
The event also successfully discussed the implications of student integration into a hybrid model environment, access to appropriate tools and learning platforms, technology integration and student well-being, and the impact of continuous professional learning on teachers.
The event was attended by Vice Chancellors and education leaders from across Pakistan, including HEC Executive Director Dr. Shaista Sohail, Microsoft Country Education Lead Gibran Jamshed, and DGIT Nazir Hussain.
Dr. Shaista Sohail welcomed the function by attending as a special guest. Expressing his views, he said, “Education is the backbone of any economy and since we know that Microsoft is really striving for a great cause here in Pakistan, we are in Pakistan.” We assure you of our full cooperation in bringing out the true potential of technology. ”
Gibran Jamshad said, “The last few years have made us realize the great impact of technology in our lives and the education industry is no exception. The use of technology is equally important in public and private institutions and at the federal or provincial level.
Modernize classroom practices through hybrid learning by driving customers through Cloud First Travel and modernizing their data centers/operations, preparing students for future skills through Microsoft certification By taxing, and automating back-office through Dynamics 365 ERP and campus management systems, we are not only trying to adapt the system to the needs of the time but also to increase efficiency and productivity.
Nazir Hussain also expressed his views and said that “HEC is pleased to expand its partnership with Microsoft, to enhance the technical capacity of educational institutions and to emerge from epidemics as well as epidemics.” To address the situation, Microsoft has been a key partner in transforming Pakistan’s education system by providing state-of-the-art IT solutions.
We rely on Microsoft’s continued support and innovative solutions to benefit students, faculty members, and academic administrators, enabling Pakistan to compete with stakeholders in the international education community. “