Swat signs a digital agreement to pay charges for Easypaisa and the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education

Easypaisa has signed an agreement to provide flexible payment options to students in the area with the Board of Intermediate and High School (BISE), Saidu Sharif, Swat. This service will simplify charges, including secondary school certificates and certificate reviews, a gazette, certificate and DMC authentication, and other charges. This service will also simplify payments.

Senior officials of Telenor Microfinance Bank/Easypaisa and BISE Swat have signed an agreement. According to this Agreement, students from the far-reaching regions of Swat, Shangla, and Buner will make digital payments without having to visit bank branches physically. These improvements will open up new horizons and provide local people with more ways to make digital purchases.

Comments on development: "The secret to a prosperous new economy is to embrace digital technologies, said Mudassar Aqil, CEO, Telenor Microfinance Bank/Easypaisa. We make every effort with Easypaisa to ensure these ideas are readily accessible to the masses and to make them comfortable. In order to create a favorable atmosphere for all people alike, we tap into markets that have been historically unavailable to enable transactions like those for BIse Swat to be done with a few clicks."

President BISE Swat, Syed Nabi Shah also emphasized the value of this agreement, as he noted: "Digitalization, especially educational, has always been necessary for Pakistan, as the burden of paying over-the-counter charges has taken place. In addition, the distances to pay in large cities are uncomfortable for many students. We are ecstatic to join Easypaisa in this cooperation, as it addresses a key problem by making it easier for us to transition to digital payments."

Through a wide range of government departments, such as token taxes and education boards, EasypaiŇ°a has quickly joined the roster of payment partners. BISE Swat has become one of the newest collaborators to continue to increase an increasing range of cases of usage on the Easypaisa network.

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