Careem launches Falcon project to train young Pakistani engineers

Careem, one of Pakistan’s most reputable companies, launched the “Falcon Project” to aid young Pakistani engineers in their education and employment search.

The Falcon Program:

A 12-month training program made up of various training modules will enable Pakistani new graduates to use Careem’s cutting-edge technology to address real-world issues.

Nine of the slightly more than twenty falcons who have so far applied to the program have already joined core tech teams in various locations. The mobility of people, products, and money, for example, are just a few of the topics directly relevant to the app services that they may now work on.

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The program, which comprises several training modules and lasts for a full year, gives recent graduates the chance to use Careem’s cutting-edge technology to solve problems in the real world.

Nine of the more than twenty Falcons who have signed up for the program thus far have successfully transferred to core tech teams dispersed throughout the area. They are now able to work directly on a variety of mega app offers, including the mobility of people, things, and money.

The young engineers will be able to study from some of the most well-known IT companies in the world under the supervision of Careem engineers.

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One can only assume that Careem intends to hire recent graduates from all around the nation and develop the engineering and IT landscape in order to turn Pakistan into an epicenter of technology.

The young engineers, known as Falcons, who joined Careem specifically for this project will collaborate virtually with the engineering teams in Cairo, Jordan, Karachi, and Lahore.

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