LAHORE: As part of its academic outreach drive, Lahore Knowledge Park Company (LKPC) and University of Lincoln officials have chalked out a plan to establish a university at the knowledge park.
Dean of Translational Education David Cobham and Visiting Fellow at University of Lincoln Dr Termit Kaur met the team of LKPC at its head office on Monday. The LKPC was represented by its chairperson and chief executive officer.
A press release issued stated the delegates were briefed in detail on the master plan of LKP and its priority areas. They were also apprised about the support from provincial government in terms of its strategic commitment towards the development of the project.
Initially, the university plans to offer degree programmes in Data Sciences, Artificial Intelligence, Mechatronics and Robotics as part of LKP. Both sides resolved to take forward the discussions and implement them without delay.
Published in The Express Tribune, March 21st, 2017.