20 Sri Lankan bureaucrats to visit Pakistan’s National School of Public Policy for training

The delegation will also visit museums, educational institutions as well. 

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  • The High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka and the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan are collaborating to conduct joint training.

  • The training will be conducted by Pakistan’s National School of Public Policy (NSPP).

  • The training will be held from September 15 to 27.

  • The delegation will also visit museums, educational institutions as well. 

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Colombo: Sri Lankan bureaucrats will be visiting Pakistan for training from country’s most reputed public policy school. The High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka and Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan are collaborating to conduct joint training for high-ranking Sri Lankan bureaucrats. The training will be conducted by Pakistan’s National School of Public Policy (NSPP) and will be held from September 15 to 27.

A delegation of Sri Lankan officers called High Commissioner of Pakistan Maj Gen (Retd) Dr. Shahid Ahmad Hashmat yesterday During the meeting, the bureaucrats will be trained in the sphere and given exposure about Pakistan’s civil service structure. National School of Public Policy (NSPP) is the country’s prime institution for providing training to civil servants.

The members of the delegation will visit Pakistan’s government institutions. They will also pay visits to Lahore and Taxila museums along with different educational institutions in the country’s significant cities.

In their stay in Pakistan, the delegation will be meeting high ranking government functionaries during their stay as well.

Sri Lanka finalizes cricket squad to visit Pakistan:

After ten players refuse to come to Pakistan due to security risk, Sri Lanka finalizes new squad to visit the country. The team will be in Pakistan to play three ODIs and three T20I matches from September 27 to October 19.

Lankan cricket will be returning to Pakistan after nearly two decades. The team showed concern after the experience they had in 2009 when the team was attacked, leaving eight people dead while 7 players along with staff injured.


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