The Chairman, Pakistan Japan Business Council, Rana Abid Hussain, announced on Thursday that it will donate a fire tender and an ambulance to the University of Karachi. He visited the University of Karachi and met the Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Khalid Mahmood Iraqi at his office to discuss the prospects of mutual cooperation between the KU and PJBC.
He was interested in initiating students and faculty exchange programs between Japanese educational institutions and Karachi University. The Chairman PJBC Rana Abid invited the KU VC Professor Dr Khalid Iraqi to visit Japan to further enhance the collaboration and prospect of execution of proposed plans during the meeting.
Rana Abid Hussain appreciated the facilities being provided to the students at the Campus and also lauded the KU VC Professor Dr Khalid Iraqi initiatives of providing freeship to special persons.
The Chairman PJBC also offers his support in promoting sports activities at the Campus and said that games like Sumo and Malakhra wrestling at KU could get attention of various Japanese sport’s promoting organizations.
He emphasized upon cultural promotion and urged that KU’s students should learn Japanese language to avail the offer of the Japanese government which is offering around 10, 000 jobs on annual basis.
I will be more than happy to see maximum University’s students getting jobs in Japan and I will like to play a role of bridge if required, but the interested students should learn Japanese to avail this opportunity
Meanwhile, the KU VC Professor Dr Khalid M Iraqi, said that the Karachi University and Consulate General of Japan Karachi had decided to educate students in Japanese language at the Campus and also inked the documents in this regard. However, he mentioned that project yet to yield fruitful results due to some unavoidable reasons.
He assured that he would personally look into the matter and would make sure that necessary measures have to taken to implement Japanese language classes in the Campus. He also thanks Chairman PJBC Rana Abid Hussain for taking keen interest in education sector and his plan to provide jobs for KU students in Japan