International Centre of Excellence, a British education provider, established by iQualify UK, is organizing a two-day International Conference in collaboration with IQRA University Karachi and International Islamic University Islamabad. The theme of the conference is ‘Revolutionising Higher Education: Reconciling Required and Acquired Learning’. The conference will explore the new opportunities and challenges around the globe, specifically for developing countries.
The conference will provide a platform to international and national academics and practitioners to share their scholarly work in the said area. All the submitted research papers will be evaluated through blind-peer review based on the relevancy, originality, depth, accuracy, and technicality of the theme of the conference.
|Abstract Submission||14th September, 2023|
|Acceptance Notification||21st September, 2023|
|Registration Deadline||28th September, 2023|
|Full-Length Paper Submission||10th October, 2023|
|Conference Dates||28-29th November, 2023|
|Conference Venue||International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI)|
Title: Integration of Digital Skills and Innovation: a path ahead for higher education institutions
SDG 4.4 calls for a significant increase in the share of youth and adults with the skills required for employment, decent jobs, and entrepreneurship. To address concerns about youth unemployment, the government and many other institutions have lately developed digital education and vocational initiatives for youth.
Despite numerous interventions, progress in reducing unemployment remains significant, particularly for young professionals with degrees. Graduates are more likely to be underemployed and underpaid, working part-time or on short contracts in general. Meaningful education is an element of raising young people to have a quality life. However, existing educational systems are failing to meet the learning needs of a large percentage of today's youth. Furthermore, whether there are strong, explicit links between education and the workplace is being debated. Mismatches between student-acquired skills and those in effective demand on the labour market can result from a lack of these links. Hence the purpose of this panel discussion is to generate discussion around the following questions:
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International Islamic University Islamabad
Department of Education & Social Sciences
IQRA University, Karachi.
Group Director HR
Academic Lead - Business