Microsoft Devices Pakistan Donates PCs to the Garage School

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Kamran Masood Niazi, Communications Manager, Microsoft Devices Pakistan, Ms. Shabina Mustafa, Founder, The Garage School and Ms. Rizwan Rangoonwala, Principal, and The Garage School are seen along with the students of the school

Microsoft Devices Pakistan made a donation of 10 fully functional PCs to The Garage School (TGS).

The school, which currently enrols more than 400 under-privileged students, will now be able to provide free quality IT education and impart modern tutoring to its students, which will help them in developing a sound future.

The computers are fully equipped with the latest software and hardware components which will help the students learn and hone their computer skills on the most recent technology.

The field of information technology is swiftly developing and as Pakistan is emerging on the map of technology savvy countries, it is pertinent that our younger generations are fully equipped with IT-based knowledge and information. Microsoft is focused towards opening various fronts for the promotion of digital education in the country and this donation is a step in that direction.

Speaking at the juncture, Kamran Masood Niazi, Communications Manager, Microsoft Devices Pakistan said: “Information technology is rapidly advancing and IT-based education is the need of the hour. With this donation to The Garage School, we at Microsoft pledge our support to the cause of promoting education in our younger generations. I would like to salute the tenacity and efforts of Ms. Shabina Mustafa in opening The Garage School, which provides quality education to the most under-privileged students of the society. The school is a beacon of hope for these students and Microsoft aims to further brighten and fill the lives of these students with modern IT education.”

Commenting on the occasion, Shabina Mustafa, Founder, The Garage School said: “I would like to thank Microsoft for their generosity and noble donation which they have given to The Garage School. Their commitment for providing IT-based education and knowledge at the grass root level is commendable. We, at TGS aim to provide the best quality education to the under-privileged children of society to give them an equal chance at leading a successful life. The donation of these wonderful machines will help our students develop their computer knowledge from an early age and excel in the field of IT in the future. I believe that education is the most effective tool to put a nation on the road to prosperity and Microsoft is doing a great job in furthering the cause of education in Pakistan.”

The air was full of excitement as cheerful students were allowed to use the computer for the first time at their school.


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  • Guest

    Great..!!

    “The computers are fully equipped with the latest software and hardware components which will help the students learn and hone their computer skills on the most recent technology.”

    Now, the children can play Need For Speed Rivals at ultra setting. :D

  • Zubair Gu

    AIO’s great hardware for learning purposes

  • Waqas

    What kind of name is The Garage School? Is the school trying to make the students feel inferior than others? Good work Microsoft devices though

    • Ahmed

      Read the story behind this school instead of commenting like a fool. Typical Pakistani :)

      • Waqas

        people don’t look at stories, they look at names. I appreciate the efforts but at first impression the name surely sounds strange.

        P.S I am a proud Pakistani and thus not typical

  • guest

    10 computers ?? seriously ? for 400 children – They’ve GOT to be kidding. It’s microsoft for crying out loud.

    • guest

      at-least they donated something. one should appreciate good efforts