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NUML Confucius Institute ranked No. 1 in the world

07:04 PM | 26 Sep, 2016
NUML Confucius Institute ranked No. 1 in the world
ISLAMABAD (PR) - New Chinese Cultural Councilor in Pakistan You Yi has said that NUML Confucius Institute, Islamabad is World’s Model Institute and ranked No.1 amongst the 300 Confucius Centers in 50 countries of the world.

“It is providing training facilities not only to students but also to teachers in Chinese language proficiency by offering a galaxy of courses from basic business level to PhD level using multimedia, internet and latest techniques added with high level of Trained Chinese Instructors and Pakistani Teachers,” Yi said in a statement on Monday.

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The NUML Confucius Institute, which is also playing vibrant role to strengthen Pak-China Friendship owing to strengthen of Pakistani students, was jointly established in April, 2005 by the Chinese Language Council International (Hanban) and Beijing Language and Culture University hand in hand with National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad. The major objective of Confucius Institute is based on all-weather strategic partnership between People’s Republic of China and Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

The Chinese envoy said “Instrument of Language” is the only key which could build the long lasting relations, and after launching of CPEC the importance of NUML Confucius Institute has increased manifold for both China and Pakistan.

He added the number of Pakistani students are increasing day by day as the love for learning Chinese language is becoming greater and greater amongst Pakistani students, teachers, men of letters, businessmen and professional learners in Science and Technology, Information Technology, Engineering and Health Services.

The Chinese cultural councilor personally thanked NUML Chancellor and President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain, NUML Rector Major General (r) Zia Uddin Najam and NUML Director General Brig Riaz Ahmed Gondal for extending all possible assistance and cooperation to make NUML Confucius Institute Islamabad as the most prestigious one in the world.

Yi also announced that to mark the 67th anniversary of founding of Peoples Republic of China (1949-2016), Chinese Culture Office, Islamabad, is organizing various events through NUML Confucius Institute such as Chinese Language Competition, Cultural Shows, Exhibition of famous Chinese Calligraphy including Donations of Books and Chinese Paintings.

He also pledged to further strengthen “NUML Confucius Institute, Islamabad” in future by increasing the number of Cultural Scholarships for Pakistani students in various disciplines to further strengthen Pak-China Friendship in 21st Century.

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US Dollar, Euro, Dirham, Pound, Riyal Rate in Pakistan Today - Currency Rates 23 July 2024

Pakistani currency rates against US Dollar and other currencies on July 23, 2024 (Tuesday) in open market.

USD to PKR Rate Today

US dollar was being quoted at 279.25 for buying and 280.70 for selling. Euro's buying rate remains stable at 354.5 and selling rate is 358.35.

British Pound rate is 354.75 for buying, and 358.25 for selling. UAE Dirham AED was at 76.4 and Saudi Riyal lowered to 73.60.

Currency Rates Today

Currency Symbol Buying Selling
US Dollar USD 279.15 280.85
Euro EUR 301.25 303.25
UK Pound Sterling GBP 354.75 358.25
U.A.E Dirham AED 76.40 77.15
Saudi Riyal SAR 73.60 74.32
Australian Dollar AUD 184.75 186.55
Bahrain Dinar BHD 741.15 749.15
Canadian Dollar CAD 203.50 205.50
China Yuan CNY 38.35 38.75
Danish Krone DKK 40.05 40.45
Hong Kong Dollar HKD 35.70 36.05
Indian Rupee INR 36.05 36.05
Japanese Yen JPY 1.91 1.99
Kuwaiti Dinar KWD 908.25 917.35
Malaysian Ringgit MYR 58.95 59.75
New Zealand Dollar NZD 169.24 171.24
Norwegians Krone NOK 26.04 26.34
Omani Riyal OMR 722.87 730.89
Qatari Riyal QAR 76.39 77.09
Singapore Dollar SGD 202.00 204.00
Swedish Korona SEK 26.40 26.70
Swiss Franc CHF 309.05 311.55
Thai Bhat THB 7.50 7.65

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