BBS and MYU sign a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen cooperation in business and e-commerce


ISLAMABAD: Beijing Business School (BBS), China, and Muslim Youth University (MYU), Pakistan, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create an ecosystem with trained human resources to boost business cooperation and e-commerce between China and Pakistan.

The MoU will promote exchanges in the field of academic research, student programs,
culture, teacher training and the development of joint programs for the experience
teaching and research environment.

A joint research program on new business majors such as e-commerce, rail
transport, logistics, accounting, etc. will also be introduced. Mohammed
Asif Noor, CEO of Diplomatic Insight Group, moderated the session and
welcomed the participants.

Speaking on this occasion, Dr. Hassan Waseem, Pro-Vice Chancellor, MYU,
expressed his privilege to sign the MoU. Speaking of MYU and its
academic programs, he said they promote the intellectual faculties of
students to solve real problems centered on society.

Dr. Waseem added that MYU is committed to providing high quality education with
an interactive culture. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D.
programs in engineering and technology, basic and applied sciences,
Management and social sciences, and natural sciences. MYU aims to foster a
ecosystem that germinates an entrepreneurial spirit for inventions.

Xing Lianxin, director of BBS, said he was proud to sign this MoU
between the two establishments. Highlighting BBS’s background, he said
that it has achieved honors and is a leading vocational school in China.
Xing Lianxin said the school has more than 20 majors, including
Accounting, E-business, Service & Logistics Management, Preschool
Education. BBS also cooperates with countries such as Austria, Korea and the

In addition, BBS actively participates in educational cooperation and exchanges.
programs with countries along the Belt and Road Initiative, and looks
looking forward to expanding cooperation with more foreign universities.

Wang Cai’e, deputy director of BBS, said at the ceremony that this memorandum of understanding is
a step forward towards comprehensive business cooperation.

Both sides appreciated the tireless efforts of Muhammad Asif Noor, CEO of
Diplomatic Insight Group, for its extensive contribution to this
collaboration. They also recognized his services in promoting
Pakistan-China relations.

Aneesa Rahat, Registrar of MYU, Dr. Waqas Ahmad, Director of MY School of Business,
Wang Jin, head of the BBS international cooperation office, was also present during the


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