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Beaconhouse and Knowledge Platform Sign Education Technology Deal for 100,000 Students

Propakistani: Under this arrangement, the Knowledge Platform will provide its education technology platform for 200 schools and over 100,000 students in Beaconhouse schools in Pakistan and seven other countries.

How edtech is reshaping the education landscape in Pakistan

Menabytes: Knowledge Platform, established in 2003, provides its services to over 1,500 schools around the world and essentially focuses on the most economically marginalized students in K-12 education.

The coronavirus effect on Pakistan’s digital divide

BBC: The concerns of parents and educators have only deepened as the coronavirus-forced hiatus has grown from weeks to months. In the meantime, online content is running out. Knowledge Platform is a leading end-to-end provider of high-quality learning solutions and the only educational startup in Pakistan which received equity investment of over USD 2 million.

Towards more inclusive approaches in Punjab Primary Schools!

British Council: Many perceive it to be impractical to promote inclusive education into schools without adequate facilities or institutional and curricular reform. However, this perspective minimizes the role of the teacher as a facilitator of inclusive classroom practices.

Knowledge Platform partners with Jazz Business to facilitate e-Learning

Propakistani: Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital service provider, has partnered with Knowledge Platform (Private) Limited, Pakistan’s leading education technology company, to facilitate e-Learning amidst the ongoing pandemic. As per the collaboration, Jazz has introduced a special data bundle providing 10 GB in just PKR 150 whereby over 270,000 students in 100 cities can access Knowledge Platform’s e-Leaning portal and mobile applications for the entire month.

Beaconhouse, Knowledge Platform sign education technology deal

The Express Tribune: Agreement includes provision of customised learning management system, library of educational content

The Art of Pivoting

Propakistani: While some companies have struggled under the impact of the pandemic, others have achieved unprecedented growth. For example, Knowledge Platform, an Edtech provider that offers a digital blended learning platform for students, has so far registered 270 schools under its virtual campus model.

Education ministry, PTV sign agreement to launch Tele School

Dawn: Knowledge Platform is proud to announce the partnership with PTV, one of the leading organizations that have provided content to help the youth continue learning from home. From 8 am to 6 pm the youth will be able to watch educational content on PTV which will help bridge the gap for those who have access to television but not WiFi.

VEON / Jazz nominated for sustainability awards

Digital Pakistan: The Jazz Smart School program has been nominated for an International CSR Excellence award. Knowledge Platform implemented their blended learning solution in 75 Federal Girls School with help of Jazz and FDE. The program improved digital skills and literacy among 25,000 school girls and 600 teachers in Pakistan in the past year alone.

Pakistan’s Breakthrough Financial Literacy Game, PomPak

Daily Asian Sun: Knowledge Platform (Private) Limited, Pakistan’s leading education technology company, has once again joined hands with the National Financial Literacy Program for Youth (NFLP-Y), a project of the State Bank of Pakistan. Knowledge Platform will act as digital marketing partner of NFLP-Y for PomPak – Learn to Earn – the country’s leading financial literacy game launched by the State Bank of Pakistan.

Beaconhouse and Knowledge Platform Sign Education Technology Deal

Educational Roundup: We are thrilled and honoured to serve Beaconhouse through this landmark transaction. In terms of numbers of learners, this may represent the world’s largest education technology deal contracted to date in the private K-12 education sector.

Donated lessons help put Teleschool on air within two weeks

The News: Knowledge Platform provided its quality content to be aired on national television channel ‘Tele School’ to counter the school closure due to Coronavirus and keep the students engaged.

QF alumni help millions of students learn while watching TV

Gulf Times: Qatar Foundation (QF) universities alumni Osaama Shehzad and Haroon Yasin both work in the field of education in Pakistan and, over the course of the last year, have attempted new things in their respective occupations with the aim of benefiting a larger number of people.

The Jazz blended learning program receives prestigious international award

Digital Pakistan: The Jazz Smart School program has been nominated for an International CSR Excellence award. Knowledge Platform implemented their blended learning solution in 75 Federal Girls School with help of Jazz and FDE. The program improved digital skills and literacy among 25,000 school girls and 600 teachers in Pakistan in the past year alone.

Series A funding 2019

Salman Dar: During 2019 four major series A rounds were completed in Pakistan. 3 of them were from logistics / transport sector and we saw first major funding in EdTech Sector.

School’s out

The News: The need for governments to consider deploying edtech solutions to continue educating students remotely, even as schools must be closed due to pandemic.

Jazz partners with Knowledge Platform to facilitate e-Learning

Flare: Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital service provider, has partnered with Knowledge Platform (Private) Limited, Pakistan’s leading education technology company, to facilitate e-Learning amidst the ongoing pandemic. As per the collaboration, Jazz has introduced a special data bundle providing 10 GB in just PKR 150 whereby over 270,000 students in 100 cities can access Knowledge Platform’s e-Leaning portal and mobile applications for the entire month.

Jazz, Knowledge Platform partner for e-learning

Pakistan Observer: Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital service provider, has partnered with Knowledge Platform to facilitate e-Learning amidst the ongoing pandemic. As per the collaboration, Jazz has introduced a special data bundle providing 10 GB in just PKR 150 whereby over 270,000 students in 100 cities can get unlimited access to Knowledge Platform’s e-Leaning portal and mobile applications for the entire month.