The Lahore Development Authority and Zindigi, the digital banking project powered by JS Bank, have signed yet another ground-breaking partnership.
With significant assistance from Zindigi, LDA Director General Muhammad Ali Randhawa is leading a significant step forward in the digitization of the public sector by modernizing LDA payments and its schools.
A comprehensive school management solution and a single, unified application are scheduled to be released by Zindigi and the Lahore Development Authority.
Zindagi will put a lot of effort into promoting financial inclusion, with a primary goal of empowering students and facilitating digital payments.
Muhammad Ali Randhawa, the Director General of LDA, said optimistically, “LDA, leveraging the expertise from the corporate sector’s digitization journey, has introduced significant reforms, and this process of positive change will persist.” “We’re excited to introduce more ground-breaking projects.” “Our unwavering commitment remains steadfast in creating opportunities that elevate the public sector through digitization, thereby fostering a stronger and more prosperous economy,” said Zindigi Chief Executive Officer Noman Azhar, outlining his vision.
Zindigi is positioned as a leader in Pakistan’s complete digitization strategy due to its commitment to youth empowerment and public-private collaborations.
Additional DG Housing Mushtaq Awais, Additional DG Mujtaba Arfat, Director Finance Kashif Imran, Legal Advisor Wasim Badar, and Director Finance Haris Saeed were also there to grace the occasion.