AIOU and South Korean varsity join hands for exchange programmes

STAFF REPORT ISB: The academic coordinated effort and global linkages are imperative to amplify the participation and explore new horizons in education, research and development. Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) and Kongju National University, South Korea, marked a MoU for creating exchange programs for understudies and academicians and helping one another in pertinent scholastic fields for their common advantage.

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The MoU was signed on the event of the International Conference on Chemistry by Kongju University Acting President Chang-Ho Kim and AIOU Faculty of Sciences Dean Dr Naghama Rashid.

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Dr Shahid Siddiqui, Vice Chancellor AIOU was available on the event. He said, “This participation will see new patterns and progression in the scholarly field at the global levels. AIOU has utmost vision of establishing the standard of education and imparting quality education to the youth as they are future of the country”.

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The AIOU was urging its academicians to take an interest in the national and universal occasions for fortifying research work in their distinctive fields of science and technology. A sizeable share budget has been allocated for this cause by AIOU.

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