Research: IIUI, Malaysian varsity join hands

Both sides agreed to have a MoU signed in the near future to extend academic collaboration


News Desk January 06, 2015
Both sides agreed to have a MoU signed in the near future to extend academic collaboration. STOCK IMAGE

ISLAMABAD:


International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI)’s Department of Mechanical Engineering has extended research collaboration with University of Technology Malaysia (UTM), said a press release issued on Monday.


UTM engineering faculty members Dr Muhammad Nasir Tamin and Dr Muhammad Adil Khattak visited IIUI for strengthening working relations and enhancing research collaboration between the two universities.


Both sides agreed to have a MoU signed in the near future to extend academic collaboration further and believe this would facilitate teacher as well as student exchanges. It was agreed that UTM would welcome IIUI research scholars. UTM was also invited to co-organise an upcoming international conference by IIUI. A lecture was also delivered by Dr Nasir to highlight experimental facilities and area of research at UTM.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 6th,  2015.

 

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