SMIU aims for academic partnerships with foreign universities

Karachi:April 19:At a meeting of the syndicate of Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) held on Monday it was decided that the varsity would strengthen its academic partnership with universities in China, Turkey, Malaysia as well as European states.
The decision was taken at the 13th meeting of the syndicate in which the participants also nominated two new members for the selection board namely Justice (Retd) Sarmad Jalal Osmany, a former judge of the Supreme Court, and Sharif Baloch, a former education secretary of Sindh.
Speaking about the visit of students and staff members to Turkey, Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Ali Shaikh said that an international conference on 70 years of Pakistan would be organised by the varsity.

The syndicate members who attended the meeting were Salman Farooqui, Federal Ombudsman, Justice (retd) Agha Rafique Ahmed Khan, former chief justice of Shariat Court, Justice (retd) Deedar Hussain Shah, former judge of Supreme Court, Ghous Bux Mahar, nominee of National Assembly of Pakistan, Rahim Bux Channa, nominee of Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, Aziz Fatima Mughal, Additional Secretary, Department of Education, Government of Sindh, Professor Dr Syed Asif Ali, Dean Information Technology, SMIU, Dr Naila Rozi, Associate Professor of SMIU, Dr Ambreen Fazal, Assistant Professor, Asif Hussain Samo, Lecturer, SMIU and Gulzar Ahmed Mughal, Registrar, SMIU.The news.



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