KARACHI: Quality human resource is the need of every growing economy. In Pakistan however, the opportunities available to the youth for gaining quality education and skills remain limited. In fact, not even 1% of the population can aspire to be highly qualified.
This in turn puts a great responsibility on institutes of higher education and students alike. These remarks were made by Barrett Hodgson University (BHU) Vice Chancellor Arif Siddiqui while addressing the first orientation session to be held at the BHU’s The Salim Habib Campus.
Addressing the freshmen class of Fall 2017 and their parents at the occasion, Dr Siddiqui, said that the day was all about the students, “All of you have come to this brand new university in Pakistan with its innovative curriculum having special emphasis on pedagogical skills through which knowledge will be imparted. You are making history as the co-founders of BHU.”
Published in The Express Tribune, September 15th, 2017.
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