A workshop on communication plans to drive economic integration in South Asia would be organized by the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Chamber of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with the Fur Die Frehiheit (a German establishment for liberal politics).
SAARC is the regional intergovernmental foundation and the geopolitical collaboration of the countries in South Asia. Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, India, Maldives, and Pakistan are its member nations. It’s foundation history dates to 1985.
Dr. Waqar Chaudhry senior faculty member of Punjab University would be representing Pakistan in this workshop on communication. The workshop is beginning from tomorrow that is the 30th of October in Lahore the provincial capital. It would be a two-day international communication workshop.
Iftikhar Ali Malik—VC-SAARC Chamber in one of his statements said that 18 international delegates from the member countries would be attending this workshop. They would be sharing their knowledge and experience for making viable strategies for making relations among the member countries much stronger.
The workshop’s theme is “Strategies and mechanisms to optimize the external communications of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce & Industry”.
Dr. Chaudhry would be presenting his research paper in the workshop based on his thirty-five years vast and diversified field experience. He has got the extensive experience of being a working journalist. He was also the ex-resident editor of Pakistan Observer and Director of Associated Press of Pakistan.
Recently Punjab University Hailey College of Banking and Finance hosted a seminar in cooperation with the State Bank of Pakistan on the awareness of security attributes of currency notes.
The objective of the seminar was to develop the skill in students of making out the difference between original and fake currency notes. Officials from SBP delivered lectures to the students in the two sessions of the seminar.