The country’s first social and creative incubation programme opened at the National University of Modern Language (NUML) on Wednesday.
The Centre for Global Innovators (CGI), an Islamabad-based innovation consulting firm, has partnered with one of the most prestigious business schools in Europe – Cranfield School of Management in the UK to help design and deliver social and creative incubation programmes for two public sector universities – NUML and the Lahore College for Women University. The programme also has support from the British Council.
Speaking on the occasion, NUML Director General Brig Muhammad Ibrahim said that Pakistan needs to create some two million jobs every year. He said that it was the collective responsibility of both, the public and the private sector, to join hands to achieve this.
Published in The Express Tribune, January 31st, 2019.