Win a school trip to Pakistan

Chris Johnston

Ten teams of 12 students each from Years 9 and 10 can win a trip to Pakistan by producing a Web-based multimedia presentation on any aspect of Pakistan. Humayun Mughal, CEO of Akhter Computers, said the competition will give students a chance to develop their ICT skills while becoming more familiar with Pakistan's culture and people. It is supported by Becta, the Department for Education and Skills and the Foreign Office. www.experiencepakistan.org

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