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    ICESCO and COMSATS University discuss joint project implementation to face dangers of electronic games

    22 March 2023

    Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), and Dr. Muhammad Tabassum Afzal, Rector of the University of COMSATS Pakistan, held a meeting at the University’s headquarters in Islamabad, to discuss prospects for cooperation between ICESCO and the University in the fields of scientific research, scholarships, and the development of a project to address the dangers of electronic games.

    During the meeting, held on Tuesday, March 21, 2023), Dr. AlMalik stated that ICESCO’s vision stresses the importance of developing fruitful cooperation relations with various prominent universities inside and outside the Islamic world, creating several scientific chairs at these institutions, and supporting their modernization endeavors and efforts to adopt advanced and non-traditional educational curricula.

    For his part, Dr. Tabassum Afzal praised ICESCO’s efforts in the field of education and scientific research, expressing the university’s readiness to provide a number of scholarships for the benefit of the youth from ICESCO Member States to study at COMSATS, particularly in the fields of science, technology and space science.

    Following the bilateral meeting, the ICESCO Director-General and the Rector of COMSATS University chaired a meeting attended by an ICESCO delegation and a group of university officials and faculty members. The two parties put forth proposals for cooperation and discussed the aspects of a joint project between ICESCO and COMSATS University to address the dangers of electronic games that are at odds with ethical and civilizational values and have negative impact on youth and children.

    At the close of the meeting, the University Rector presented the Director-General with the University’s shield in appreciation of his efforts to promote scientific research.

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