UO, UMW ink MoU for llaborative research



A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the University of Okara (UO) and the University of Mianwali (UMW) for academic and research collaboration in all fields especially in biodiversity, sciences and sports.

The agreement was signed by the UO’s Vice Chan-cellor Prof Dr Muhammad Wajid and the UMW, VC Prof Dr Islam Ullah Khan in a ceremony at the latter’s office.

Under this pact, the students of the two universities will be able to use modern laboratory equipment of each other for their research purposes. . Joint sports events will also be organized between the two institutions.

Discussing the scope of the MoU, Prof Wajid told, “The core objective of this MoU is to establish and strengthen collaboration to promote quality research and education through the exchange of expertise, sharing of labs and holding of seminar and confer-ences.”

Prof Islam said that they would be working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations by developing a culture of research and innovation.

According to the UO spokesperson, this is the fourth academ.


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