Islamabad—Speakers at a conference on Saturday said it was right time to realize the need for adopting and implementing new learning paradigms in the structure country’s education system.
They were addressing the International Symposium on 21st Century Learning held here at National University of Science and Technology (NUST).
The conference was attended by more than one hundred and fifty dignitaries from education sector of Pakistan.
While Speaking to the conference Nisar Moosa, Director Innovative Learning Youth Impact said “ new learning paradigms were necessary to implement in the Pakistan’ s education system.
Two International Speakers including Bernie Kelly from Australia and Roger Greenaway from United Kingdom conducted interactive Sessions on 21st Century Learning.
They said that “Trends in Educational Sectors are changing globally and the world is moving through educational revolution to survive, hold our position and move forward”.
Abdul Samad Khan CEO Youth Impact while inaugurating the ceremony said that “We need pace with the world”. A number of speakers including Executive Director HEC Dr. Arshad Ali, Nadeem Malik Country Head Microsoft Pakistan, Dr Faiq Sadiq Group Head HBL, Wahaj Siraj CEO Nayatel from Corporate and Education Sector address the occasion. Rector NUST, Engr. Muhammad Asghar was the Chief Guest of the conference.