The main reason for militancy and instability in the tribal districts is that the majority of inhabitants are illiterate, say educators.
The project is expected to improve access to education for about 14,000 students.
Online education involves youngsters in healthy activities and reduces negativity as the country works to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The government launched the initiative on April 13 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The initiative seeks to improve girls' access to education, upgrade teacher training and rebuild schools.
The government doubled the quota for medical students from tribal areas from 175 to 350, engineering from 108 to 216, and other disciplines from 1,719 to 3,192.
The bombing of schools has left students studying in tents and making other makeshift arrangements. But the setbacks haven't stopped their will to achieve an education.
The initiative will enable students and teachers to become agents of change for peace, officials say.
Mohmand District militants blew up more than 120 educational institutions, including a college, in the worst years of terrorism before 2013.
The Baba Guru Nanak School of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics is expected to bolster computer skills for young Sikhs.