Chinese Teachers to Teach Pakistani How to Enter China’s World of Business


Government educational institutions in Karachi had signed partnership with China to induct a number of courses including e-commerce in order to develop the entrepreneurial abilities in youth.

Online courses were introduced to instruct youth for the first time in Pakistani history with the help of Chinese educators and business professionals.

Inline sessions would be conducted to enter Chinese market, how to market the goods and how to develop new markets for Pakistani goods.

Such initiative helps to increase learner’s knowledge and practical skill in them providing varieties of international business prospects.

Learners are having Chinese language classes to break the language barrier and would prepare to move to China and work there.

As per Dr Masroor Sheikh, Chairman of the Sindh Technical Board, The Technical Board and the Dawood University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), with assistance from China’s Hunan Chemical and Vocational Technical College, are offering these courses.

In order to create employment opportunities and to make it easier for youth to continue their educational and career path in abroad. the Sindh Board of Technical Education and the DUET have collaborated between the educational institutions of the two nations.

In the period of three months, three courses are being offered as a part of DUET curriculum. Each course consist of 32 hrs of online instruction and same goes for in person instruction. It began on 19 July, while the goal is to enrol 10,000 students. The current enrollment of one batch compromises on 45 people.

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