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December 3rd, 2009
Education exchange plan discussed
Ursula Saarbeck, director DAAD, a German educational exchange programme, and Katharina Lack, head of Cultural Section (German Embassy, Islamabad) called upon Preston University Chancellor Dr. Abdul Basit Tuesday and discussed with him the possibility of cooperation specifically in social sciences and nanotechnology.
According to a press release, the Preston University chancellor briefly spoke about the university and highlighted some of its major achievements since its founding in 1984. He apprised the delegation particularly about the university's newly established institute - Preston Institute of Nanoscience and Technology (PINSAT).
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