66 Pakistani students completed Chinese Language course this year
BEIJING: The first batch of 66 students under the initiate of “Shahbaz Sharif Chinese Language Scholarship Program” has successfully completed their language course at Beijing Language and Culture University.
Addressing to the graduation ceremony held in the honor of students who rewarded CM’s Chinese Language Scholarship Program, Pakistan Ambassador in China Masood Khalid said, people to people connectivity is the crucial aspect of bilateral relation between two countries to promote culture.
“These students are useful assets for both countries and a bridge in promoting bilateral cooperation not only in education but also in the context of China Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC)” he added.
Dr Rauf-i-Azam is the vice chancellor of University of Education Lahore who was also present at the ceremony.
Dr Muhammad Tahir Khan additional director university of Education Lahore shared his view point on the occasion, saying that the initiative will help to reduce communication gap between two friendly nations, adding the total 495 students were sent to China to learn the language, while the first batch of 66 students successfully conducted the training course.
Graduated student Aasma Razzaq from Jhelum appreciated CM’s Punjab inactivates, sayin; “Now I’m able to find suitable job in Pakistan thanks to Shahbaz Sharif who is taking care of youngsters.”
Malik Usama Hamid from Sharaq-Pur Sharif is one of the student who is optimistic for a good future in Pakistan after completing the Chinese Language.