10 NUST students to visit Japan
The selected students are currently enrolled in the PhD and masters programs of NUST School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.
Takashi Kurai, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, hosted a pre-departure ceremony at his residence and handed over travel documents to the students for their visit to Japan.
Ambassador Takashi Kurai, while speaking at the occasion said that Japan would continue assisting Pakistan in its efforts for the human resource development which is the key to achieving sustainable progress and development.
He expressed hope that the Pakistani students would get an opportunity during their visit to Japan to learn and experience the modern scientific and technological advancements of Japan.-Online
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