Bahria University Signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Chabahar Maritime University (CMU)

Islamabad – Bahria University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Chabahar Maritime University, Iran, at Bahria University’s Islamabad Campus. The MoU was signed between Prof. Dr. Mohammad Husain Kareem, Chancellor of Chabahar Maritime University, Iran, and Vice Admiral (R) Farooq Rasheed, Rector of Bahria University in the presence of His Excellency, Mr. Masha’allah Shakeri, Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Iran. Through this Memorandum of Understanding, Bahria University and Chabahar Maritime University agreed to work together to promote collaborative research in Pakistan and Iran in Maritime studies. Areas of cooperation will include exchange of faculty and students, exchange of research fellows, joint research projects, joint conferences and seminars, sharing and exchange of information and resources, common development of curriculum and such other areas as may be mutually beneficial.

National Center of Maritime Policy Research (NCMPR) of Bahria University was established under the directions of Prime Minister Pakistan in January, 2007. The center provides a platform for think tanks, researchers and scholars to work on maritime matters and recommend strategies and measures to develop maritime sector through dissemination of knowledge to all stakeholders. The center also serves as focal point for advice on maritime affairs to all relevant government and other organizations. Chabahar Maritime University on the other hand established in 1977 is the first Iranian center for maritime and marine studies to educate and train professionals in nautical science. The mutual cooperation in maritime studies shall lead to tremendous benefits to both Pakistan and Iran.

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