In a small office at the Pakistani Television Corporation (PTV) headquarters in Islamabad, producers are preparing to air a video interview of a Pakistani man and his Chinese bride.
Emerging technology and relentless changes in labour markets have forced young people in Southeast Asia to constantly upgrade their skills, a research released this week by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Singaporean-based internet company Sea has revealed.
The Government and the World Bank Thursday signed a US$200 million (around Rwf180 billion) credit financing agreement to improve teacher competency and student retention and learning.
The 2019-20 budgetary provision of ₹1,581 crore and the announcement of a new policy are set to make a turnaround in the infrastructure of education in Rajasthan.
The China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week (CAECW) has run for 12 years. This year the 2019 CAECW successfully opened in Guizhou province, P.R. China, on July 22 with its theme of “To deepen practical cooperation and share development benefits,” heralding a new beginning for education cooperation and a new future for cultural exchange.
Pakistan on Friday said it has agreed with the country´s clergy to introduce reforms in madrassa religious schools to bring them in line with conventional schools, curbing hate speech and extremist narratives.
Vietnam has stressed the need for stronger investment in the youth to enhance their capacity and solidarity during the building of the ASEAN Community.
The President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Shinichi Kitaoka, is in Rwanda for a three-day tour which will see him meet various officials and visit different places across the country.
The graduation ceremony for the first batch of Pakistani students of transportation engineering was held at the College of Transportation, Southeast University, China under the auspices of China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) Scholarship Programme.