Islamabad—National University of Modern Language (NUML) has initiated Korean language courses by keeping in view its importance in two other campuses of Faisalabad and Lahore.
This was stated by the Rector NUML Maj. General (Rtd) Zia ud Din Najam at a Urdu Speech Competition arranged by the Varsity’s Korean department and King Sejwing Institute here on Friday.
The ambassador of Korea Jong Hwan Song was chief guest on the occasion while Korean cultural councilor Kim in Gag, Director General NUML Brig (Rtd) Riaz Ahmad Gondal, Registrar, Deans, Director King Sechwing Institute and President Korean Language Department Dr Atif Faraz was present on the occasion.
Speaking at the opening ceremony Rector NUML said that Korean language was getting fame in Pakistan and the institution has planned to launch a bachelor degree in Korean language keeping in view its importance and to fulfill future demands.
Chief guest of the occasion Korean Ambassador addressing the ceremony said that Pakistan is our second home adding that it has a lot of potential in shape of youth.
He said that this country would gain much importance in the world very soon.
Korean ambassador also distributed prizes among the position holder students in speech competition. It is pertinent to note that a total of nine students were participated in the 10th Korean language competition while female student Kinza Hassan secured first position.