HR Ministry Launches App for Differently-abled People in Pakistan

On Thursday, the Minister of Human Rights, Dr. Shireen Mazari, announced the launch of an application for differently-abled children.

The app has been designed by the Directorate General of Special Education (DGSE) with technical support of the National Information Technology Board (NITB) to create awareness about education, training, and rehabilitation services available for such children in special education centers and institutions.

According to Mazari, the app will help parents of differently-able children select suitable educational institutions near their residence. They can also study online without physical access to institutions/centers working under the Directorate General of Special Education (DGSE). The whole system will be especially useful for parents and families living in remote areas.

At the launch event, the Minister of Human Rights commended the project detailing that the app has the potential to bring approximately 30,000 out of school differently-abled children into the educational stream.

The app under the moniker “DGSE App for Differently Abled Persons” is now live on Play Store and App Store. For now, it lists the special education schools available in the twin cities. However, like other applications developed by NITB, this one will expand to other cities soon.

If you are interested in downloading the application, click here.

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