HYDERABAD: Consul General of Japan Akinori Wada met Sindh University Jamshoro Vice Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui on Thursday morning, telling him that in Japan many universities were offering courses in English language.
He said the Japanese government was launching a study programme for foreign students and also a studentsí exchange programme. The purpose of his visit, he said, was to meet the students and share views about students programme in Japanese universities.
The vice chancellor said the university was offering degree programmes in 55 teaching centres, institutes and departments, which include information technology and communication, computer science, chemistry, pharmacy, and business management.
He said the University of Sindh would welcome a study programme, providing opportunity to their students for study in Japanese universities.Meanwhile, Vice Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui stressed upon the young graduates in each field to become competitive and capable to meet the multi-dimensional challenges of this global village and make the country prosperous.
He said this while addressing the 4th Convocation of the Institute of Modern Sciences & Arts (IMSA), Hyderabad, at the Sindh University, Old Campus, Hyderabad, on Thursday evening. As many as 13 graduates and 68 post-graduates in Master of Business Administration (MBA) were conferred degrees, while Syed Sarosh Ali and Saima Naz from MBA, Rida and Bam-e-Falak from BBA were awarded gold medals for first position in the MBA 13-14 and MBA 12-13 batches, respectively.
Akbar Saleem and Khurram were awarded silver medals for obtaining second position in MBA 13-14 batches. Umat-ul-Hira and Rabia Sohail were awarded medals for securing second and third positions in the MBA 12 batch.
The News, 30-Jan-09