Dushanbe, 7 June 2023 (TDI): Ambassador of Pakistan Mohammad Saeed Sarwar attended the Graduation Ceremony of Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, Dushanbe.
He congratulated the graduates, including the first batch of Pakistani students, and wished them all success in their future endeavors. Tajikistan and Pakistan share bilateral relations in various sectors, including education.
The Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, located in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, has been an important destination for Pakistani medical students seeking quality education and training in the field of medicine.
In the ceremony, he talked about both countries’ relations, especially in the educational sector. Pakistan-Tajikistan educational links have become stronger over time, with an increasing number of Pakistani students enrolling in Tajik universities.
Because of its reputation for providing quality medical education and cutting-edge facilities, Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, in particular, has been a popular choice for Pakistani medical students.
Both countries have taken many initiatives to improve educational exchanges and make it easier for Pakistani students to enroll in Tajik universities.
Both countries’ governments have signed agreements and Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to enhance educational collaboration, such as scholarships and student exchange programs.
These measures have greatly aided Pakistani students’ access to higher education in Tajikistan.
The Avicenna Tajik State Medical University offers a variety of medical disciplines, including general medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing, to which a large number of Pakistani students apply.
The university’s faculty is made up of highly skilled experts who give students comprehensive medical education and training.
The Ambassador further discussed that both countries’ educational relationship goes beyond student exchanges. Universities in both nations have formed academic and research collaborations to promote information sharing and joint research projects.
Faculty members from Pakistani universities frequently visit Tajikistan to give lectures, attend seminars, and collaborate on research with Tajik colleagues.
Both governments continue to encourage educational collaboration through agreements, scholarships, and student exchange programs, thereby strengthening Pakistan-Tajikistan educational ties.