It may come as a big surprise to you but our so called “tech savvy” teenage generation is using the ancient Windows 98 or XP on their school computers while their mobile phones are updated with the latest software.
And we are not talking about governmental bodies like “Peela School” or “Nayi Roshni School” (they don’t even have desks to sit let alone the computers), but this is the case with most of private schools that justify their vigorous fee structures by flaunting the fact that how technologically advanced and equipped they are. Feel the irony yet?
IT is the focal point of modern world’s progress and it’s growing by lips and bounce in almost every country that has focused its attention towards it.
Don’t feel left out just yet Pakistanis. We have more than 2500 registered IT organizations working in the country with more or less 20,000 kick-ass IT professionals entering the market every year.
It’s a dilemma that on one hand young bright IT brainiacs like Muhammad Shahzad are getting enlisted in the Google Hall of Fame for highlighting the security flaws in Google web applications; on the other hand our teenagers are learning computer science on a 19 year old outdated operating system.
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