Rawalpindi: Under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision of ‘Kamyab Nojawan’, the programs of Canada’s top two universities Global University System have reached an agreement with Knight Human Management (KHM) Pakistan to provide higher professional and technical education to lesser Pakistani students. a lot of sense in a low and affordable education budget.
This was stated by Khalid Nawaz, Chief Executive Officer, Knight Human Management (KHM), SHALAAN Pakistan, an organization that protects the employment and rights of Pakistani citizens abroad, while chairing a meeting with the top KHM leaders in Jakarta, Saturday.
He said that obtaining a higher professional education and skills that meet modern requirements has become expensive, but remains a dream for most of those who cannot afford it. “To fulfill the invaluable dream of young people, we seek them for opportunities to seek higher professional education and skills within their limited resources”, he added that this agreement is a link in the same chain. He said that pursuing higher professional and technical education degrees at the Global University Systems Canadian universities TREBAS and GISMA Business School is a guarantee of decent and reliable work for students in the global market. He said that the agreement with these universities was our big achievement. He said that full counseling would be provided under KHM to students wishing to enter undergraduate programs in accordance with global industrial and commercial requirements.
Khalid Nawaz said that innovation in technology is developing at the international level and modern technological interventions in industry, commerce, agriculture, medical, transportation and all walks of life are reaching extreme points. In this context, world education priorities have also changed and world countries are now developing workforces that can adapt to modern requirements and function as experts in all areas of technology-driven life. “At the moment we are lagging behind other countries, but our younger generations are at the forefront of intellectual and creative abilities around the world,” he said. He said that this agreement was made with multiple benefits in mind. “On the one hand, our students will be able to obtain general and technical education in accordance with modern requirements with a low education budget and their holistic skills will help in promoting modern science and skills in this country coupled with respectable jobs”, he explained. .
He said besides decent work for our youth in the global job market, this would also help reduce poverty and provide valuable foreign exchange for the country. Furthermore, he said, students will be able to study various sciences and technologies that are in accordance with the needs of modern industry and trade, including running various types of business with modern channels as well as gaining knowledge about innovations in film and television production. He said that in this case counseling facilities would soon be provided in various cities in Pakistan.