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July 29, 2016

IIU to hold business moot

Islamabad

 
July 29, 2016

Islamabad

The International Islamic University has planned to organise an international business conference in collaboration with the Council for Islamic Chinese Relations on September 1 and 2.

The plan came under discussion during a meeting of the conference's steering committee held on IIU main campus here under the chairmanship of Rector Professor Dr. Muhamamd Masoom Yasinzai.

Addressing the participants, Dr. Masoom urged to take immediate actions to finalise all the pre-requisites of the conference as this international conference was aimed at enhancing business relations between the two friendly countries.

He added that the ongoing China–Pakistan Economic Corridor shall pave long lasting ways for economic and industrial development of Pakistan as well as China.

Dr. Masoom said the IIU had decided to play its decisive role in this regard through holding this business conference and other events in days to come.

In this conference representatives from business entrepreneurs of various companies will participate, moreover the heads of different trade organisations as well as chambers of commerce of both the countries will also participate in it.

Dr. Ahmed Shuja Sayed, IIU adviser for the promotion of science, Dr. Muhammad Aamir, director (Quality Enhancement Cell, IIU), Saifur Rehman, director (finance) of the university and conference coordinators Dr. Abdul Qadir Haroon and Dr. Rohul Amin, and Muhammad Adnan Khan, additional director at the HEC-established Office of the Research, Innovation and Commercialization, IIU, were also present on the occasion.  

Meanwhile, a four-member team of the IIU's Quality Enhancement Cell visited the Department of Education and evaluated its functioning and performance in academics.

The visitors mainly focused on MA Education and BS Education programmes being offered by the department.

Dr. Muhammad Amir Khan, director at the Quality Enhancement Cell, highlighted the key features of the assessment process.

The team was given detail briefing about both the programs including courses, offered subjects and student evaluation system and departmental assessment evaluation committee-presented self-assessment reports and previous performance of MA Education and BS Education courses.

The visitors thoroughly examined the reports using the HEC’s prescribed checklist and rubric.

Dr. Hukam Dad, associate professor at the National University of Modern Languages, who was an external member of the team, expressed satisfaction with the performance of the department and made some suggestions for the further improvement of its programmes.

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