Teachers selected for course at Plymouth University

LAHORE, June 26(Daily Times): Bryan Hunt, the US Consulate principal officer for Lahore, said on Monday that interaction between Pakistanis and Americans was inevitable.

He told an orientation programme held for 15 Pakistani teachers flying to the US to attend a summer course at Plymouth University, New Hampshire, that times had changed and the two communities should think about what a relationship was and how the relationship between them could improve. "This way, Pakistan and the US will proper," he added.

He said the programme to send Pakistani teachers to the US for short courses was to share Pakistani reality and culture with Americans.

The teachers will fly for the US on July 4 and return on July 22. The teachers include Azmat Qureshi and Zahoor Ahmad of Azad Jammu and Kashmir University's Education Department; Samia Dogar of Federal College of Education in Islamabad; Yasir Pirzada, Nisar Ahmad and Shahnaz Munir of the Punjab Directorate of Staff Development; Abida Naseem of the Institute of Education and Research; Muhammad Iqbal and Mubashir Nadeem of University of Education in Lahore; Faiza Ghulam, Sarwat Naz and Sadaf Fatima of Sindh Education Foundation and Saeedul Hassan and Saima Hasrat of Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi.



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