Such an assessment was shared by the Vice-Rector of the Punjab University, Dr. Mazhar Salim, during the Uzbek-Pakistani online conference on February 15, 2022.
According to the Pakistani professor, such areas of research as oriental studies, natural sciences and business economics are of great interest among students of both Pakistan and Uzbekistan.
In this regard, the Pakistani scientist believes that the development and promotion of educational programs not only among students of higher educational institutions of the two countries, but also educators, will help expand contacts. “Extensive work is being carried out at the Punjab University to attract foreign students, including from Uzbekistan, to educational exchanges”, he stressed.
Vice-Rector of the Punjab University is convinced, that “Effective interaction between academic circles and building up educational exchanges between the two countries will contribute to deepening the interregional interconnectedness of Central and South Asia”.
Thus, Uzbek-Pakistani cooperation in the field of education can become an important factor in strengthening bilateral humanitarian ties.
Online conference on: “New growth points and drivers for the development of Uzbek-Pakistani cooperation in the field of economy, culture and education” is jointly organized by ISRS and Center for Global & Strategic Studies, Pakistan on February 15, 2022. The event was attended by professors from Peshawar and Punjab universities. The Uzbek side was represented by experts from ISRS, Center for Economic Research and Reforms, Institute of Arts and Culture, Institute for Research of the Youth Problems and Training Prospective Personnel, International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan and Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan.