Negative responses that Khurram Jamali faced from his loved ones when He educated them that He has taken the firm choice to leave “one dream job”- Google. There were entanglements to his choice but he remained intact in his decision – the decision to drive the Digital Pakistan Initiative.
Pakistan is a nation blessed with talented personalities. It is comprised of some phenomenal business people and experts like Khurram Jamali. Jamali – The house of talent – is well equipped with key entrepreneurial skills and characteristics that made him lead the developing south-Asian performance group at Google. He is likewise the designer of Urdu language learning applications for the youth.
Jamali explains how through the span of his college, talk on Pakistan’s monetary predicament just made things all the more clear to him. He realized that the most concerning issue our Pakistan confronted was not the corruption but it was the brain drain that our nation Pakistan continually and reliably endures. “If Pakistan were to make anything of itself, it was key for the fortunate few such as myself to play the role in the issue, rather be a part of the solution”, adds Jamali.
Talking about the initiative, he further clarifies how in the wake of finishing college he moved to Boston to facilitate his profession and chose to submerge in western work rehearses. In any case, throughout the years he encountered Tania Aidrus, likewise citing her as his motivation to join the initiative. After a fortunate turn of events, Khurram met Adrius again and they remained in contact. Along these lines, they relaunched a YouTube channel together and attempted to launch the tech eco framework in Pakistan and sorted out the 1st Pakistani startup summit in Singapore too.
Quite recently, Prime minister Imran Khan, regretfully mentioned that past governments didn’t take any steps to move Pakistan towards a digitally advanced nation. Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing a ceremony in Islamabad introduced ‘Digital Pakistan’.
Digital Pakistan aims at presenting the most recent technology for open welfare. The initiative sets Pakistan’s computerized aspiration and has been developed both for the governmental and the private arena to move in the direction of a digitally progressive and comprehensive. Well, The future of Pakistan seems very exciting!