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IAMCR conference worth over £1 million to Leicester visitor economy

LEICESTER: The IAMCR conference is latest success story in strategic campaign to grow business tourism in Leicester and Leicestershire’s visitor economy has gained a major boost after an international conference recently delivered an economic impact of over £1 million. This is the latest conferencing success story since the development of …

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Twin babies don’t let mom quit work

New York mom posts go viral working while breastfeeding twins A New York artist with twins has a powerful response for a peer who recently said publicly that having children would have derailed her career, and her message is starting to go viral. About two weeks ago on Facebook, Hein …

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Indian Punjab’s unique model to facilitate students and teachers of Chandigarh 

CRIKC connects all educational institutions of city: Dr. AK Grover  By Muhammad Ittefaq CHANDIGARH: Indian Punjab’s capital city – initiating a unique concept of its kind – has established a ‘facilities sharing model’ aimed at facilitating students and teachers of all educational institution of the city. The Chandigarh Region Innovation and …

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British Council internationalising higher education: Muhammad Ali

British Council Head of External Relations-Education Muhammad Ali talks to The Educationist Photography: Abdullah Waris   The British Council is collaborating with HEC, federal as well as provincial governments  on various educational programmes including students enrollment, students retention, faculty developments, research and other projects. This was stated by Muhammad Ali, the …

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Pak, India govts must allow academic collaboration: PU VC

 Exclusive Interview of PU Chandigarh VC Dr. AK Grover with The Educationist By Azhar Iqbal and Muhamamd Ittefaq LAHORE: The governments of India and Pakistan must allow to academia to share knowledge and free access to each other, a virtual exchange program between students and teachers is possible, it is not mandatory …

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UCP Conference on ‘Innovations in Business: Opportunities and Challenges of Emerging Markets’

Pakistani exports declined to worrisome point, investment in R&D needed: Pro-Rector Dr Zafarullah Pakistan needs to focus on governance, skill development, IT and economy: Mr. Ben French from DFID Academia and Industry need to devise innovative business strategies: Conference Secretary Dr Nadeem Dogar LAHORE: The University of Central Punjab (UCP) …

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