Monday, August 31, 2015

Punjab HEC to set up training academy for universities, colleges in Rawalpindi

Islamabad, The Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) arrangements to set up third preparing institute for northern Punjab colleges and schools in Rawalpindi.

This data was shared by Punjab Minister for School and Higher Education and Youth Affairs Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan while associating with the employees of Balochistan colleges amid Professional Development Workshop.

The Punjab HEC has effectively settled two preparation foundations in Lahore and Multan.

The workshop was sorted out by the Inter-University Consortium for Promotion of Social Sciences (IUCPSS) in backing with National Testing Service (NTS) Pakistan and Government of Balochistan at the Faculty Development Academy of Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT). The workshop has been solely intended for 22 employees from advanced education establishments of Balochistan.

The pastor energized the young of Balochistan to get advanced education from driving colleges of Punjab. He pushed on the requirement for advancement of agreement in the public arena through advanced education.

"The young of Balochistan are extremely skilled, centered and nationalist. It is our aggregate obligation to embrace aggregate endeavors to furnish them with cutting edge information and methods," he said.

Punjab Higher Education Commission Chairman Professor Dr. Muhammad Nizamuddin, Rector CIIT (Islamabad) Dr. S M Junaid Zaidi, Chief Executive Officer NTS Pakistan Dr. Haroon Rashid and Director Faculty Development Academy S M Junaid were available on the event.

Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan valued the Inter-University Consortium, CIIT, Government of Balochistan and particularly NTS for presenting viable and trustworthy testing and appraisal framework and supporting helpful activities going for expert advancement of college personnel from far-flung regions of the nation.

While valuing the commitment CIIT, he expressed that the organization has attempted various helpful activities for disguise of advanced education in Pakistan through remote coordinated efforts and joint scholastic projects with driving outside colleges.

He said that the Punjab government is continually living up to expectations nearly with Balochistan government in school and advanced education part and particularly promising the young of Balochistan for higher studies in driving colleges of Punjab.

He said that understanding the significance of advanced education and learning economy, the Government of Punjab has officially settled Punjab Higher Education Commission which has been ordered to provide food the developing needs of the territory in advanced education area and bringing the common advanced education foundations at standard with worldwide standard. With extraordinary spotlight on expert advancement of colleges, universities' workforce and staff, he said that the Punjab HEC has effectively settled two preparation foundations.

"Profiting the experience and ability of Comsats Institute of Information Technology in expert improvement of college personnel and staff, another preparing foundation will be built up in Rawalpindi," the pastor commented.

The training clergyman likewise saw a MOU marking service between Punjab HEC and CIIT Islamabad. He promised to keep undertaking community oriented endeavors with the CIIT for advancement of advanced education and safeguarding of social legacy of Punjab.