California-based tech giant, Google, is beginning operations in Pakistan from next month, announced Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) Senator Afnan Ullah on Wednesday. According to the details, a team from Google would be visiting Islamabad on next month to officially commence operations in the country.
“A delegation of Google will visit Pakistan on December 11 to start operations,” he stated, adding that Google will be providing 15,000 scholarships to students after it commences operations in Pakistan. Furthermore, he added that the government will extend the scope of Google services in the country.
It is pertinent to mention that Google has already launched Career Certificates to offer flexible learning paths for Pakistani youth and enable them to develop their knowledge and acquire digital skills for in-demand jobs.
Google in collaboration with Umang Pakistan also launched a suicide helpline in Pakistan to tackle the rising number of suicidal cases in the country. Through this initiative, Google provides the hotline at the top of the search result if a user searches or browses anything related to suicide.
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