The MPhil Scholars of the University of Education (UE) Lahore won the first Online Courses Competition -Courseware under the International Institute of Online Education (IIOE) program.

This program was launched in Pakistan in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In this competition, more than 200 teachers from 45 countries in the Asia Pacific participated. According to the results of this competition, under the supervision of Dr Aisha Mahmood, Faculty Member, University of Education, MPhil Scholars Ms Sadia Nawaz and Ms Qaratulain Sarwat won “first” and “special” positions respectively.

The first IIOE Online Courses Competition aimed to offer a great chance for teachers from IIOE partner HEIs to showcase and improve their experience and skills in Online and Blended Teaching and Learning (OBTL) pedagogy.

University of Education Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha (S.I.) congratulated the winning students and encouraged them by presenting certificates at his office yesterday. On this occasion, the Vice Chancellor said that the International Institute of Online Education (IIOE) Program is very beneficial for teachers and students, hence we should try our level best to make it successful in our country.

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