“Constructing Bridges” Partnership Yields Balochistan College Program


Karachi (DP Information) – Public Affairs Officer John Warner earlier at present presided over the opening of a two-day Entrepreneurship Training Summit hosted by the Balochistan College Partnership Program. This program is a two 12 months “Constructing Bridges” partnership between the College of Massachusetts at Amherst and three universities in Balochistan: the College of Balochistan, Sardar Bahadur Khan Girls’s College Quetta and Balochistan College of Data Know-how, Engineering and Administration Sciences. Dr. Javed Iqbal, Vice Chancellor College of Balochistan, startup enterprise
representatives, and representatives of the Balochistan universities have been in attendance.
In his opening remarks, Public Affairs Officer John Warner famous how proud he was america helps this 86 million rupee program and that “once we carry collectively energetic and modern minds from our two international locations, the outcomes are highly effective.”
Rebecca Howland, program supervisor on the College of Massachusetts Civic Engagement, mentioned “the summit members will have interaction in dialogue and interactive presentation aimed toward constructing a sensible understanding of entrepreneurship schooling practices whereas utilizing an academic framework to create a dialog between varied ranges of related events.”
The Balochistan Consortium College Partnership is the primary tutorial linkage funded by the U.S. authorities between Balochistan and america and is a part of the twenty country-wide college partnerships between Pakistan and the U.S.