Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to collaborate in higher education

Islamabad: Afghan Ambassador Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal and HEC Chairman Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed on Sunday consented to chip away at a joint endeavor which would be settled with endorsement of both nations.

The envoy of Afghanistan to Pakistan went to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) Secretariat in Islamabad. He was joined by Second Secretary for Education and Cultural Affairs Jallat Khan Zahid Fayaz.

Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed respected the representatives and exhibited an outline of HEC's drives and accomplishments amid most recent 13 years. He disclosed how government's dedication to create advanced education and an impressive increment in financing has acquired wonderful changes the segment.

The HEC administrator said that the essential center of HEC is to create human asset in all orders and giving plentiful chances to staff, research researchers and understudies to outfit their potential.

"Ranges directly affecting nation's financial development have been organized. Empowering and subsidizing creative and pertinent examination, business enterprise, guaranteeing adherence to quality affirmation criteria, creating physical and mechanical framework, enhancing administration at colleges are a portion of the key regions where the HEC has put its most extreme exertion," he said.

Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed said that both Afghanistan and Pakistan have various shared traits in their general public and culture and have dependably appreciated a selfless relationship, including that training is the greatest device to promote fortify this affiliation.

The Afghan envoy said thanks to the general population of Pakistan for facilitating three million outcasts for more than three decades. He concurred that participation in the field of training will assume a key part in bringing the legislature and individuals of the two nations all the more nearer to each other. Both sides consented to chip away at a joint system to be finished with endorsement of both nations. The HEC executive likewise offered assistance to Afghanistan for enhancing nature of advanced education, educational programs improvement, educator preparing and different zones.