http://tribune.com.pk/wp-content/themes/express/img/header/logo.gif?v=0.2By Riazul Haq. Scholars from the Muslim world on Tuesday resolved to work for greater academic interaction, create an Islamic universities’ pool of scholarship, and to initiate joint research and development programme.
This resolution came after two-day interactive and technical sessions at Vice Chancellors Forum 2013 in which heads and representatives of 200 universities from the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) participated.
The forum was organised by COMSATS Institute of Science and Information Technology (CIIT), in collaboration with Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Ministry of Science and Technology and Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO).
The event provided a platform for different universities to sign mutual agreements and memorandums of understandings (MoUs) in general and specific areas of their academic interest. More...