JAMSHORO: Vice Chancellor, University of Sindh, Prof Dr Nazir A Mughal, arrived in China on Monday to attend 2nd Semi Annual International Association of University Presidents IAUP meeting which will last till September 26, 2013 on the SIAS international university campus in Xinzheng City of Henan Province. The conference began amid exchange of academic ideas and educational vision of the scholarly participants.
According to a press statement issued here from Public Relations Office, the Vice Chancellor had been invited by Dr Shawn Chen, the founder chairman of Sias International University Xinzheng City of Henan Province.
In the invitation letter addressed to Dr Mughal, Dr Chen wrote that they wanted to conduct the conference differently in order to make his Dr. Mughal’s trip to China more productive as they planned to have shorter meetings every day as many people requested to do.
He further said that he had invited many Chinese University Presidents and their international program officers to attend this conference so that the global educationalists might build relationship with other Chinese schools and interaction of the guests with the officials from Chinese Ministry of Education must be ensured in a bid to exchange information with one another on how to build educational programs in China and the legal issues with policies.
“We believe that your participation with IAUP can change the face of education throughout the Asian Pacific region and hope you would join both your IAUP colleagues and the independent presidents from China at Sias.”
On the request of Dr. Chen, Vice Chancellor, University of Sindh Dr. Mughal arrived at Chinese airport where from he went to attend the first session of the international conference. He would also sign MoUs with different Universities in China so that the opportunities for the scholars and students must be created in the field of higher education.
It may be noted that Registrar University of Sindh will look after the day to day administrative affairs and the Deans of related faculties would see to the academic affairs in the absence of the vice chancellor.