COMSTECH-Nigeria Science and Technology Cooperation Program (STCP) has been introduced in Pakistan by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH), one of the organization’s four standing committees.
The COMSTECH-Nigeria STCP will kick off a number of activities across the nation. Creating connections between educational institutions of the two nations, offering research fellowships to women researchers, taking capacity-building steps for academics and students, publishing research papers, and organizing student exchange programs are a few of these.
COMSTECH Coordinator General Prof. Dr. Iqbal Chaudhry, Nigerian High Commissioner Mohammed Bello Abioye, diplomats from OIC members, representatives from the Foreign Affairs and Science and Technology Ministries, academicians, and students were present for the program’s recent press conference, according to details.
The OIC continues to support member nations in the fields of science and technology, according to the Coordinator General of COMSTECH, who spoke at the occasion. He also expressed his appreciation for the Nigerian government’s acceptance of the program’s debut.
The Nigerian High Commissioner praised OIC and pledged to assist COMSTECH-Nigeria STCP wholeheartedly. Nigeria will keep assisting OIC members in the fields of science and technology, he noted.
Askar Mussinov, assistant secretary general and OIC for science and technology joined the news briefing via video connection. He stated that COMSTECH is in charge of numerous scientific and technical programs in OIC member nations and pledged to give COMSTECH-Nigeria STCP his full support.
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