- The challenge is likely one of the key elements of HEC’s “Academic Collaboration under CPEC Consortium of Universities”
- The target is to “understand and respond to historic global geo-strategic and geo-economic transition, and its impact on region”
- Principal investigators ought to be school members at greater schooling establishments in Pakistan, says HEC
The Increased Schooling Fee on Tuesday invited proposals for the China Pakistan Financial Hall-Collaborative Analysis Grant (CPEC-CRG).
The challenge is likely one of the key elements of the not too long ago launched HEC initiative “Academic Collaboration under CPEC Consortium of Universities”, an announcement posted on HEC’s web site mentioned.
“The objective of the project is to understand and respond to the historic global geo-strategic and geo-economic transition, and its impact on the region, in general and Pakistan in particular,” it mentioned.
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The CPEC-CRG is predicted to assist promising analysis partnerships between Pakistan and China, aiming at discovering options to CPEC-related issues by way of joint analysis by the colleges of Pakistan and China, HEC mentioned.
“CPEC- CRG research projects must be collaborative in scope, with teams composed of academic researchers from Pakistan and China with the appropriate expertise to address the research challenge, as well as industrial and sectoral collaborators within Pakistan and/or China,” learn the assertion.
Principal investigators ought to be school members at greater schooling establishments in Pakistan, it added.
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“To take full advantage of the national research capacity, proposals are encouraged from teams including junior and senior academic staff, as well as both male and female researchers,” mentioned HEC.
It mentioned that the CPEC-CRG awards can be “selected competitively using a merit-based, independent, transparent evaluation and selection process based upon international standards”.