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Alibaba Partners with Universities in Pakistan to Educate Students on Cloud Computing

The Mardan University of Engineering and Technology (UET) has inked an agreement with Alibaba, a Chinese global corporation, to give cloud computing skills to its students.

UET Mardan will gain access to Alibaba Cloud’s learning resources, including cloud computing, cloud security, big data, machine learning, and robotics, as part of the deal.

In addition, students will have free access to cloud resources, courses, and certifications.

The arrangement aims to improve the students’ cloud computing skills and prepare them for future chances.

To recognise the importance of skill development for young people, the two parties want to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) soon.

Prof Dr. Sadiq Ullah, Vice Chancellor of UET Mardan, stated that this initiative will help the university’s students and researchers access better job opportunities at the international level, and the university plans to establish more collaborations with international universities in the near future to excel in technological advancements.

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