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Very good outline in my opinion. Attempted the same topic. It was my first attempt at the exam, and thus not very confident tbh. Good luck!
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Is Pakistan ready for digital revolution?
1. Thesis: Given the huge portion of youngsters in our total population that is immensely tech-savvy, impactful penetration of third and fourth generation internet in Pakistan, growing small and medium enterprises (SMEs), rise of entrepreneurial tendencies, and owing to the foundation laid by government for digitization through its “Digital Vision” , it can safely be maintained that Pakistan is ready for digital revolution.

2. Pakistan possesses a robust platform for a digital revolution to materialize

a. Presence of youth bulge and desirability of technology among youngsters.
b. Impactful penetration of 3-G and 4-G internet in Pakistan.
c. Fast growing SMEs and their demand for growth opportunities through digitization.
d. Emergence of entrepreneurial tendencies in Pakistan and the role of digital platform for its progress.
e. Advent of 5-G and its initial tests in Pakistan: clear indicators that Pakistan is ready of digital revolution.
f. Foundation laid down by government through its “Digital Vision” point toward readiness of Pakistan for digital revolution.

3. However, challenges to establishment of digital economy and e-governance cannot be ruled out

a. Presence of elite capture and proponents of status quo may render digital revolution non-inclusive.
b. Non-availability of financial resources and lack of infrastructural development may restrict the coverage and scope of digitization.

4. Conclusion

In the end I wrote two paragraphs; one covering some suggestions to tackle the challenges and other reiterating my main thesis that Pakistan is ready for digital revolution.
Overall the outline looks great but have you not limited the Challenges posed by/ to be posed by the digital industry to materialize in Pakistan?
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Please elaborate, limited how? And what is your opinion, what are te challenges to implementation of digitization
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Need input on the following outline. The thesis statement carried a positive stance that yes Pakistan is ready for a digital revolution based on following needs and opportunities, if we cater so & so reservations properly.
1. Introduction
2. Digital revolution and Pakistan- understanding the possibilities
3. Scope- significance of a digital world
4. SWOT analysis- gauging the reality checks
-Strength: Youth potential
-Weakness: Insfrastructure
-Opportunity: Partnership ventures
-Threat: Political instability
5. Stakeholders- need to revolutionalise
-Academia
-Industry
-Government
6. Challenges- obstacles to cater
-Lack of strategic framework
-Limited circulation of D-services
-Implementation menace
7. Recommendations- A rational approach
-Formulation of national framework policy
-Incorporation of public-private partnership
-Political ownership of project
8. Conclusion
Not a comprehensive outline...and devoid of main points.. reconstruct it.
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Not a comprehensive outline...and devoid of main points.. reconstruct it.

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Mine attempt :
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Thesis statement: yes digital technology can revolutionize the pakistan in many aspects .there are multitude of benefits in this regard which could be harnessed with the mitigation of challenges
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