History of the Magazine
The magazine (ALEEKA) of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) was established16 years ago, and in 2001 it began to publish its first volume in 4 pages.
After several years, there have been a lot of positive changes in the quality and quantity of the magazine. The number of pages increased for 4 to 50. The ALEEKA magazine is reflecting the activities and achievements of the ministry of communications and information technology at the central and provincial levels. In one year (6000) and quarterly (1500) volumes of the ALEEKA magazine are published.
The magazine is sent out to different target audience including directorates of the ministry, provincial department, partners, and telecommunication private companies, government, media, school and university students, ICTI and other interested groups.
ALEEKA technical magazine has a special status among other governmental publications, and reflects on various topics and technological innovations that are taking place worldwide in technology sector and has been accepted by most of our readers. Our findings shows that most of the readers are always on the lookout for the new volume of the magazine, as most university students use some of the contains of the magazine for developing their monograph.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, in addition to publishing the ALEEKA magazine, publishes brochures and calendar too. The brochure briefly covers all important issues and annual achievements of the ministry.
ALEEKA magazine is the product of the hard work of our publication team:
Mohammad Masoom Stanakzia: Chief Editor
Mohammad Ashiq: Translator
Masooma Niazi: Reporter
Leda Rahmani: Designer
Wias Khan: Photographer
Ehsahn-u-llah Talash Totakhial: Distributor
Abdul Aziz Stanikzai
Editor and chief of Magazine Arika