Karachi– U.S. Consul Common Brian Heath hosted a panel dialogue highlighting U.S. Division of State College Partnership packages in Sindh at his residence on Wednesday. The College Partnership program supplies assist for tutorial linkages between universities in Pakistan and the USA. At the moment there are 20 such partnerships in Pakistan, geared toward bettering the skilled growth of college, offering assist for superior curriculum reform and joint analysis, and selling peer-to-peer relationships. In Sindh, the Division of State has supported 5 College Partnerships: ISRA College-Ball State College, Karachi College- George Mason College, Indus Valley College- Kennesaw State College, Nationwide Academy of the Performing Arts (NAPA) – College of Texas at Austin, and IBA Sukkur- Johnson Group Faculty.
Mr. Heath and representatives from each American and Pakistani companion establishments mentioned their experiences of the College Partnership program in addition to different types of assist the Consulate Common supplies to instructional establishments in Sindh. In his remarks, Mr. Heath defined that “a $1 million greenback grant from the U.S. Division of State funds every partnership, which covers a three-year interval and features a college trade and analysis part. The college partnerships deal with the social sciences and humanities, together with American Research, Mass Communications, Psychology, Anthropology, Enterprise Administration, and Ladies’s and Gender Research.”
Mr. Heath used the Indus Valley – Kennesaw State College partnership for example of the optimistic results of the partnership program, stating that “the school trade part allowed Kennesaw State to ship an American tremendous arts professor to Indus Valley College for a semester, throughout which period she launched new digital studying platforms, mentored promising junior college, and taught innovative design programs to Pakistani college students.”