Noon: A KP Govt designed an app for helping students in preparation of exams

Technology makes us much more comfortable in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdowns. It was hard for the student community to study without Internet and technology access. Develop new developments and make the academic community easier in different ways now and then. Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa (KPK) has submitted an application for students to carry out Matric and Intermediate Exams all over Pakistan after the decision has been taken by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC). The new app 'Noon' helps the students prepare for the next exams.

This announcement was made at a news conference by KP Elementary and Secondary Education Minister Shahram Tarakai. The minister has stated,

A company called Noon will assist students in preparing for their exams. The firm will first provide exam preparation courses from a limited syllabus.

In addition, the Minister of Education has stated that the whole course on this application is available. The Minister shared the provincial government's plans to improve the academics in the country and stated they had the initial aim of equipping each school in the province.

Between 3 pm and 10 pm, students can take the free online classes of the app. Both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store are available for download. In addition, when the live lecture begins, students are also notified through the application and then can attend.