President for increasing quantum of online education

 Staff Reporter

President Dr Arif Alvi has urged the universities to increase the quantum of online education and focus on research and innovation to promote quality education in the country.

He said that the universities needed to shape their vision in a way to prepare students to cope with challenges of fast changing world.

The President gave these remarks during a briefing on National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, at Aiwan-e-Sadr, today.

Rector NUML Major General (R) Muhammad Jaffer gave a presentation about the role of university in promotion of education in the country.

He highlighted that 22 thousands students were enrolled in various programmes of the university and over 77 thousands had graduated from it.

He further informed that the university had awarded scholarships to students, including the persons with disabilities, amounting to Rs. 340 million during the FY 202-21.

Appreciating the role of university in educational development of the country, the President emphasized that higher education institutions required to produce intellectually supreme graduates to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

He asked the Management of University to establish IT Department to provide the youth with employable skills so that they could contribute to the nation’s economic development.

The President also appreciated the performance of NUML University in the fields of research and publications in different languages.

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