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.


  • Kamal Asif

    It doesn’t make any sense to give them a mobile phone.

    It would have been better if Telenor could have given them scholarships for 1-2 years of their next studies e.g., FSc / FA etc.

    What if they start availing the night packages which would badly affect their studies????

    • Shahzad

      +1

    • forgod sake change your mind. Why dont you go back to cave land ..

    • faisal

      @ kamal ,

      please change your way of thinking , first read the post properly.

      “All the students are poor and belong to far-flung areas ”

      ” Each student was awarded a handset along with a Djuice SIM with free airtime and Internet access. ”

      think this way , FREE Internet access will give them a new window to learn new things which I think you are deprived of.

      These students gained more than 90% marks , night packages will bring them no harm . Those who want to study will study.

      • Kamal Asif

        “All the students are poor and belong to far-flung areas ”

        Then they need money/scholarship to pay their fees and buy books, uniforms etc — What they’ll do with the airtime??

        “think this way , FREE Internet access will give them a new window to learn new things which I think you are deprived of. These students gained more than 90% marks”

        They gained more than 90% marks without internet.

        Decide urself is free internet / free airtime more important for these poor students or money to pay their fees and buy books / uniforms????