Sri lankans Attends Pak-Sri Lanka Higher Education Cooperation Programme
The National Defense University (NDU), Islamabad is hosted 19 high-ranking Sri Lankan civil workers for two weeks of executive training as part of the Pak-Sri Lanka Higher Education Cooperation Programme.
The Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan is carrying out the training for the third group of Sri Lankan officials under the program.
With the help of the National School of Public Policy (NSPP), HEC has already run two other cohorts of executive training for senior civil officers in Sri Lanka.
The group is made up of high-ranking representatives from the Sri Lankan government’s various branches, such as the Ministry of Public Administration, Provincial Councils, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Local Government, Sri Lanka Institute of Development Administration (SLIDA), Police, and the Prime Minister’s Office. There are a variety of different positions represented in the delegation, including Additional Secretaries, Director Generals, Chief Financial Officers, Consultants, and Directors.
The Sri Lankan officials will spend their time in Pakistan participating in a series of interactive workshops on topics such as international relations, geopolitics, mechanisms for bolstering regional cooperation, bureaucracy frameworks, artificial intelligence, planning, and regional integration. Between the many training sessions, there will be several opportunities to experience local culture.
The party was welcomed at the airport by HEC and NDU, Islamabad officials.