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SMIU's international conference concludes.

KARACHI -- The first 2-day International Conference on Computing and Related Technologies, organised by the Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU), in collaboration with the Higher Education of Pakistan, concluded on Friday after three memorandum of understanding were inked by the SMIU, two Romanian universities and a Nigerian college. Nine experts from abroad and several others from the country participated in the conference. SMIU's vice chancellor Dr. Mohammad Ali Shaikh signed the MoUs with Dr. Ramona Lile F of University of Arad, Dr Florin Popentiu of University of Oradea and Dr Muahmmad Adamu Jebba of Niger College of Education, Minna, Nigeria. In the MoUs, SMIU and the three institutions of Romania and Nigeria agreed to work together in the field of information technology, and share each other's experience and scholarly work. Dr. Mohammad Ali Shaikh congratulated the faculty of IT for organizing the successful event, thanked the international scholars who visited Pakistan and shared their knowledge with their counterparts and students in Pakistan.

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Publication:Regional Times (Karachi, Pakistan)
Article Type:Conference news
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:Dec 30, 2017
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