Blogs Nokia continues to instil App Development skills into students By Khurram Ali Posted on June 29, 2012 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Nokia, in partnership with [email protected] & djuice, offered an AppCampus internship program Nokia Pakistan began an internship program on May 22nd, 2012 in Karachi aiming at inculcating app development skills in students for accelerating and supporting promising app ideas for S40 devices. The program was offered in collaboration with [email protected] (Pakistan Software Houses Association) & djuice (a brand for mobile plan from Telenor). The program has a duration of 6 weeks in which students are supposed to finalize ideas, develop the app framework, prepare coding and in the last phase, publish their app on the Nokia Store. The participants will undergo training throughout the course of the internship. Since the days of its start up, Nokia Pakistan has conducted conducted many training sessions. Checkout the full press release attached below. Press Release Karachi – 29th June, 2012: Nokia Pakistan partnered with NED University to announce one-of-a-kind app development internship program for its students. The program, which is called Nokia AppCampus Internship Program and is being offered in partnership with [email protected] and djuice, is aimed at inculcating app development skills in students for accelerating and supporting promising app ideas for S40 devices. The AppCampus Internship Program began on May 22, 2012 at Nokia Pakistan’s office in Karachi and since then has conducted many training sessions. The program has duration of 6 weeks in which students have to finalize ideas, develop the app framework, prepare coding and in the last phase, publish their app on the Nokia Store. The participants will undergo training throughout the course of the internship. Commenting on the initiative, Usman Javaid, Director Marketing, Telenor Pakistan, in his message highlighted the significance of mobile phone application development as an emerging career option for youth globally. He said, “With increasing penetration of smart-phones and rising demand for quality apps skilled and creative app developers are set to flourish in this fast-paced and dynamic industry. Telenor Pakistan takes pride in joining hands with Nokia and [email protected] to provide Pakistani youth with the necessary techniques and tools for effective app development within Pakistan.” Speaking on the orientation of these bright young individuals, Rabia Nizami, Business Development Manager, EDX, Nokia Pakistan and Afghanistan said, “The Nokia AppCampus Internship Program is another first by Nokia Pakistan in their commitment for the development of local content on Nokia Store. The students present a lucrative opportunity for the future and Nokia Pakistan has tapped into that same prospect to train them on S40 devices, which make up the largest share among Nokia devices in Pakistan.” She further stated that, “Pakistan is ripe with talent such as these students and Nokia wants this initiative to provide them a platform to development their skills in a professional environment under expert supervision.” The main purpose of this internship program is to spur local content for the Nokia Store by realizing the potential of these talented individuals, who have contributed some amazing app ideas to enrich the Nokia Store.