KARACHI: Students at the computer science department of Karachi University (KU) would receive training by a foreign firm to prepare them for the Japanese IT market.

This was decided on Monday in an agreement signed by university officials and Plus W. Inc. —a global recruitment company based in Japan.

KU Vice Chancellor Prof Khalid Mahmood Iraqi and the Executive Vice President and the Chief Operating Officer of Plus W. Inc. Takashi Horiuchi inked the agreement in a meeting held at the VC Secretariat.

The attendees included Head of Global Business and Pakistan Business Hiroyuki Shiono, the Deputy Head of Global Business and Pakistan Business Hafiz Muhammad Umair Munir, and the Associate of Global Business Division Muhammad Talha Munir and KU Registrar Prof Abdul Waheed.

Published in Dawn, September 19th, 2023

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