PAMPORE An IT based startup – ‘DcodeFuture’ – was launched early this week in Pampore town of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
The startup aims to empower people of Jammu and Kashmir with Information and Technology, said the promoters of the start-up in a statement.
The launching ceremony was attended by Tariq Ahmad Butt, Principal Muslim Educational Institute Pampore, Environmental Lawyer Adv Nadeem Qadri and Molvi Mohammad Ashraf, a local Imam from Pampore.
On the occasion, Tariq encouraged students to get acquainted with Technology in the challenging times.
While encouraging the founders, Adv Qadri hailed the effort and said that this was indeed a “wonderful step” for the people of Pampore. “This will help students to develop their personality and enhance their IT skills,” he said.
Founder and CEO of startup, Aadil A Bhat briefed audience about the activities that academy will perform.
Bhat said that besides providing training at academy, “we will reach to distant areas to conduct IT workshops”.
“Alongside training, we will be providing Web-Based support to businesses including Website Designing and Digital Marketing,” he said.
Mannan Mustafa, co-founder and CTO informed the guests about the challenges people of Kashmir face viz-a-viz Information Technology.
The academy has started its operations from 06 August, 2018, the statement added.
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