With the mutual cooperation of Islamabad and Beijing, a total of 35 Pakistani students have been able to become owners of e-commerce companies in the country.
In order to inculcate the immaculate Chinese business expertise amongst the Pakistani students, a number of courses regarding e-commerce were offered to them. With the help of Hunan Chemical, Vocational and Technical College, the first course was offered at Dawood University of Engineering and Technology (DUET).
As a result of which, 35 Pakistani students learned e-commerce business and became owners of companies on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) e-commerce platform. The students were also taught the Chinese language along with ways to access the Chinese market with minimum investment.
DUET Vice-Chairman Dr Faizullah Abbasi said with the help of Lanzhou University,, the second round of courses is about to be introduced soon in order to enhance the BRI project between Pakistan and China. “We are working with the education department of Gansu province and Lanzhou University in order to introduce the online BRI e-commerce classes,” he added.