PAKISTANI HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LEAVE FOR JAPAN

November 24, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Islamabad: The Government of Japan has invited a delegation of 7 Pakistani High School Students and one supervisor from City School, Capital Campus Islamabad, to visit Japan under the “JENESYS 2.0″ programme, from 30th November to 10th December .

High school students from member countries of SAARC have been invited by the Japanese government to participate in this short- term invitation programme.

Mr. Hiroshi Inomata, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, handed-over travel documents to the students during an orientation ceremony held Tuesday at the Embassy of Japan.

“JENESYS 2.0″ (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths) is a youth exchange programme between Japan and the SAARC countries to reaffirm and strengthen the bond between Japan and the SAARC countries.

JENESYS 2.0 was announced by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his stay in Jakarta on 18 January 2013 as a continuation of the original JENESYS programme carried out from 2007 to 2012 and as a one of the important foreign policy of Japan.

Under this programme, participants will be given opportunities to deepen their understanding on Japan’s cutting-edge high technologies and its support for local and creative industries, experience Japan’s traditional culture, and communicate with local people.

This programme is expected to develop mutual understanding among youths in Japan and SAARC countries.

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