Wednesday, November 25, 2015

HEC sends off 73 scholars to Germany for Ph.D studies

Islamabad, The Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Wednesday sorted out a send off function to pay tribute to 73 HEC researchers continuing to Germany for doctorate.

Ina Lepel Ambassador of Germany was the boss visitor on the event.

Dr Mukhtar Ahmed, executive HEC and Dr Barth Manzoori, Section Head of DAAD the German Academic Exchange Service were additionally present.

Meetings were held for choice of researchers under the Overseas

Grant Scheme Phase II and Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan Project in May 2015 wherein 56 and 17 researchers were suggested for Ph.D grant individually.

Out of 73 applicants 13 were suggested for MS cum Ph.D while the rest were chosen for Ph.D concentrates on.

Talking on the event Ina Lepel praised the understudies chose from diverse colleges for grant through a worthy extreme and requesting system.

She said Pakistan s national writer Allama Muhammad Iqbal likewise concentrated on in Germany and the understudies continuing to Germany are fortunate to emulate his example.

She said upwards of 300 Pakistani researchers have effectively finished their learns at German colleges.

The Ambassador said the scholarly and social life in Germany would give the understudies an awesome chance to learn and have new exposures.

She encouraged the understudies to make companions appreciate life and learn in Germany.

In his appreciated location Dr Mukhtar Ahmed said that HEC has penned concurrences with a few outside nations for joint effort.

He said HEC gave 9,800 outside grants to understudies who are presently serving the country and the world.

He said HEC guarantees merit in determination of understudies and 58 for every penny understudies are from residential communities and remote ranges.

The Chairman said the individuals who worked in Pakistan before finish of their Ph.Ds earned by and large Rs22,000 to Rs25,000 every month except thereafter they acquire up to Rs130,000 every month which is a wonderful accomplishment.

Right now the quantity of employees serving at Pakistani colleges was 40,000 while there were just 10,000 Ph.Ds among them the Chairman said focusing on regardless we have to do a great deal and go far for expanding qualified workforce in our foundations.

We have gigantic obligations.

He said the Government is resolved to encourage understudies to get advanced education in the nation and in addition abroad.

Alluding to the Knowledge Corridor proposition with the United States the Chairman said that 10,000 grants 1,000 consistently will be stretched out to understudies under this project. Dr Mukhtar Ahmed asked the understudies continuing to Germany to create social and scholastic system with academicians so it could advantage them and the nation in future.

You will be the envoys of Pakistan in Germany so an extraordinary obligation lies upon you.

You ought to embrace a praiseworthy disposition the Chairman said.

He asked the understudies to buckle down and return to serve the nation and country.

You need to serve the nation as well as the whole humankind.

Talking on the event Dr Barth Manzoori advised the crowd about the DAAD grants.

She said that since 2004 DAAD has been working together with HEC for sending Pakistani researchers to Germany.

She termed the grant holders fortunate for getting this open door furthermore welcomed the Government of Pakistan for supporting Ph.D researchers for study in best colleges abroad.

She said DAAD agents will guide and help the understudies in Germany.

The grant holders additionally incorporated an outwardly disabled understudy Imran Qaisar who praised and expressed gratitude toward the HEC and the Governments of Pakistan and also Federation of Republic of Germany.