Pakistan’s official app to provide online education to students, Teleschool Pakistan App, witnessed a massive success among students across the country, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif said.
Taking to Twitter, her said: “Glad that the efforts to develop Teleschool Pakistan App are now bearing fruit. Students’ keen interest is evidenced by more than 10,000 downloads in 310 cities, 5,500 enrollments & viewing of 17,000 videos in just a week.
“Dream of #TaleemGharGhar (education is every house) is on its way to becoming a reality.”
Quoting sources from the Education Ministry, state news agency Associated Press of Pakistan said that around 17,000 videos of various class lessons have been viewed in just a week, mostly by people living in remote areas, Xinhua reported.
Sharif launched an initiative earlier last week to provide online education to students from grade 1 to 12.
The idea of the Teleschool was conceived in 2020 during the outbreak of Covid-19 in the country to provide online education to students during the closure of educational institutions.