Sunday, November 20, 2016

HEC team attends professional development programme in Turkey

Islamabad - A 21-part group of Higher Education Commission (HEC) went to a week-long proficient improvement program in Turkey to learn quality affirmation instrument in advanced education framework.

The program was sorted out in a joint effort with Turkey's Council of Higher Education at Tusside Institute of Management Sciences, a constituent establishment of Scientific and Technological Research Council (Tubitak).

The Pakistani group evaluated how distinctive government approaches have helped the nation in fortifying administration and making a befitting domain for development and commercialisation of research being completed by employees and understudies.

The program gave a thorough review of Turkey's advanced education environment, which has grown quickly amid the most recent 15 years because of government's engaged arrangements and all around facilitated endeavors of the considerable number of partners.

Turkey has turned into world's sixteenth biggest economy and intends to be among main 10 by 2023, the year when the nation will finish its first century as a republic. Furthermore, to achieve this development, alongside the legislature and industry Turkey's advanced education area is assuming a huge part.

Amid different sessions, prepared asset people explained how Turkey has reacted to rising worldwide patterns and openings in advanced education, working of the Council of Higher Education, part of various different offices, including services and R&D associations in cultivating colleges, improvement of a well all through quality affirmation and accreditation instrument, and how colleges bolster development and commercialisation of research.

HEC officers speaking to every single key division of the Commission were educated about methodologies to change over from instructor focused arrangement of training to learner-focused framework.

It was clarified how Turkey has profited in the wake of turning out to be a piece of Europe's Bologna Process that gives a far reaching structure to capabilities. Advance, the colleges are being urged and upheld to wind up mission arranged and concentrate on particular regions of their specialization.

Chief General Planning of HEC Dr Mazhar Saeed said: "In general, the program gave us a major chance to look for direction from fast advancement of Turkey's advanced education framework and see regions where we can team up for common advantage".

The assignment valued the Council of Higher Education and Tusside Institute of Management Sciences Turkey for giving a far reaching outline of how they are adjusting their advanced education framework to nation's financial needs.