Express Media Group organises Pakistan pavillion

Member board of directors of Fujairah School thanks Express Media Group for organising Pakistan Pavilion

NASIR MEHMOOD SHEIKH November 03, 2017

DUBAI: A large number of students attended the second day of the Gulf Education Expo at Dubai Convention Centre on Thursday.

Reputable educational institutions from all over the world had set up their stalls at the expo. Pakistani institutions including United Medical and Dental College, Greenwich University Pakistan/Mauritius, Iqra University and University of Lahore had set up their stalls at the Pakistan pavilion organised by the Express Media Group.

Students and teachers of different schools including Pakistan School Alain, Pakistan School Fujairah, Pakistan School Dubai and Pakistan School Sharjah visited the stalls. They said that the Pakistan pavilion would help provide guidance to the Pakistani families living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the future of their children.

Member board of directors of the Fujairah School, Khalilur Rehman Buneri, thanked Express Media Group for organising the Pakistan Pavilion.

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Managing director of the United Medical and Dental College Pakistan Dr Danish, Christina Stephen, Ali Raza, Vice-Chancellor of Greenwich University Pakistan/Mauritius Seema Mughal, Ahmed Kamran, Mian Afzal, Noreen Qabani of Iqra University, Moeed Khalid, Saroop Anwar of University of Lahore and Dr Uroojul Hassan said that the Pakistan pavilion provided a chance to Pakistani institutions to introduce themselves abroad.

On the first day of the expo, Principal Abdul Qudoos, Principal Dr Abdul Rasheed Bangash, Khalilur Rehman Buneri and Abdul Bari were presented with awards.

More than 10,000 students from UAE prefer to go to Pakistan for education opportunities.

“Pakistani students remain prominent for their abilities, be in Pakistan, UAE or any other corner of the world,” Educationist and Principal Pakistan School Abu Dhabi Abdul Qudoos said.


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