Naval Chief terms Pak-Sino partnership great deal to teach methodologies


Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Am-jad Khan Niazi NI (M) has said that Pak-Sino Part-nership is a great deal of learning for Pakistani Higher Education institutes from Chinese counter-parts in terms of teaching methodologies.

He was addressing as Chief Guest of the concluding ceremony of the three-day International Conference on Pak-Sino Partnership held at Bahria University Islamabad, E-8 Campus in hybrid mode.

The objective of the conference was to provide Pakistani and Chinese academicians and practitio-ners a platform to present their knowledge and ex-perience regarding potential areas of academic part-nership between China and Pakistan.

Addressing the ceremony, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi NI (M) emphasized on promo-tion of Chinese language at Pakistani Higher Educa-tion institutes for better social and economic inte-gration of two countries. He further shared his vi-sion to have Artificial Intelligence Research Center at Bahria University.

The conference involved various National and In-ternational speakers who highlighted their experi-ences revolving around different modes of academic cooperation possible between Pakistan and China.

In addition, several challenges faced in terms of executing these collaborative activities were also discussed with view to overcome these challenges and converting them into opportunities.

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