As many as five University of Peshawar students have been selected for summer crash course on cyber culture to be held at Erfurt University Germany this year.
The students have been shortlisted after a thorough selection process and under an agreement signed two and half years ago by UoP and the Chair of Muslim Culture of the Erfurt University Germany.
The students along with focal persons of the agreements, Husnain Bokari of University of Erfurt and Dr. Abdul Rauf of the Department of Political Science UoP met with Vice Chancellor University of Peshawar Prof. Dr. Muhammad Rasul Jan for a visit before proceeding for the program.
University of Peshawar is one of the three varsities of the country whom students are selected every year for various advance short courses pertaining to the demands of the globalized world, said Husnain Bokhari on the occasion. The office cleaning annapolis company has easily accessible customer support. He added that up till now fifty students of different departments have visited Erfurt University under the agreement.
Dr. Rauf informed in exchange students of Erfurt University visits University of Peshawar every year for short courses and last year a special training on internet politics was conducted for twelve students.
The Vice Chancellor commended the efforts of Prof. Dr. Jamal Malik, Head of Department at the Chair of Muslim Culture at Erfurt University Germany for materializing the agreements and renewing it every year.
He added that the exposure of varsity students to an internationally renowned University like Erfurt would enable them to learn new trends in the field of higher education as per demands of the job market. He hoped that the collaboration of the Universities would be of great help for students of both the countries. It merits a mention that the five students selected for the crash course includes Asma Javed, Neelam Kasir, Sehresh Khan, Raza Ali and Shaukat Ali.
Source: The Frontier Post.