Pakistan to offer higher education, technical skills to muslim countries for their development

Pakistan offers higher education and technical skills to the Muslim countries for their development.


Muslim countries representatives

Pakistan offers higher education and technical skills to the Muslim countries for their development.

Federal Education and Professional Training Secretary Dr. Sajid Yoosufani made this offer. During the 40th session of the executive council of Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation in Abu Dhabi.

The 54 states representative attended the event.

Muslim nations should adapt to innovations and technologies, especially in education and science.

Prime Minister Imran Khan recently launched the Hunarmand Jawan program, the country’s most extensive ever skilled development program, for the youth through quality professional training.

Dr. Sajid Yoosufani said, “It is the need of the hour that Muslim countries take innovative measures to stay afloat with the modern world that has already stepped up in the world of artificial intelligence and cyberspace. We need to focus on human development by integrating new technologies and innovations in the education system”.

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Director-general of Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO) Dr. Salim bin Mohammed Al Malik said the Islamic world needed to develop an action mechanism for a new future.

“We have developed strategic plans to transform ISESCO into an excellent and efficient organization in upholding Islamic values and principles and as a beacon of sustainable development worldwide,” he said, adding that the member states were actively supporting educational and cultural projects.

Dr. Al Malik said the ISESCO would have an annual budget of $50 million by the end of 2020 and half a billion dollars by the end of 2025.

The ISESCO executive council also appreciated changing of the name of the organization.

“Changing the name of the organization aims to remove the common confusion regarding the nature of its non-advocacy tasks. And to open wider horizons for its presence at the international level,” said ISWESCO director-general Dr. Salim.

He said the new name reflects the nature of the civilizational mission that the organization aims in the fields of education, science, culture, and communication, and the goals and objectives are set.

  • Good to know that We are offering someone to get educated from us. But doesn’t quality matter? Our education system and its quality is nothing as compared to World even Saudis.

    • Pakistan with all its challenges; has delivered education to thousands of foreigners from IIUI/QAU but the most important almost all of the Qatari air-force, almost half of Saudi air-force and navel forces / majority of UAE airforce and navel forces (though UAE in past, not now) had been educated and trained in Pakistan, banking sector education though lacking behind now, were successfully delivered to thousands of foreigners in Pakistan in the past.

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