Pakistan to assist Afghanistan digitise training sector


ISLAMABAD:

President Dr Arif Alvi instructed a visiting Afghan delegation that two long-distance studying universities of Pakistan would supply help to the Afghanistan for a digital transformation of its universities and imparting on-line training to college students.

Talking to Afghanistan’s Higher Education Minister Maulana Abdul Baqi Haqqani, who together with members of his delegation, referred to as on him on the Aiwan-e-Sadr, Alvi mentioned that Pakistan would proceed to help Afghanistan within the capacity-building of its instructional establishments.

During the assembly, each side agreed to extend collaboration between the upper training establishments of the 2 nations. It was additionally agreed that the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) would prepare vocational coaching programmes in varied technical fields.

in accordance with a press release issued by the Press Wing of the President’s Secretariat, Alvi mentioned that the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) and the Virtual University of Pakistan (VUP) would help Afghan universities of their digital transformation and offering on-line training to their college students.

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“Afghanistan direly needs educationists, professionals and technical experts to contribute towards its reconstruction and development,” he mentioned, including that Pakistan would proceed to supply all attainable help to Afghanistan for the event of its training sector.

“Afghanistan is passing through a very difficult phase and the international community is needed to provide economic and humanitarian assistance to save it from a human catastrophe,” mentioned the president, in accordance with the assertion.

Alvi recalled that through the current Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Summit in Turkmenistan, he urged the member nations and worldwide group to handle the humanitarian and financial wants of Afghanistan which had been a sufferer of struggle for over 4 many years.

The Afghan minister thanked Pakistan for its position within the reconstruction and training improvement of his nation. He termed his conferences with Pakistani authorities, together with the federal training minister, very fruitful, saying that it will assist enhance cooperation within the training sector.

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