Djuice Awards High Achieving Students

PEF Telenor PhotoYouth brand Djuice recognized the students’ efforts at ‘breaking the silence – Khamoshi ka Boycott’.

All the students are poor and belong to far-flung areas but had secured more than 90% marks in their Matriculation examination by instilling in themselves a drive for a better tomorrow.

Each student was awarded a handset along with a Djuice SIM with free airtime and Internet access. The aim is to empower them with a tool that can help them activate their communities.

Picture shows chairman Punjab Education Foundation Raja Anwar (center) with a group of high achieving students and djuice team at the PEF office in Rawalpindi.