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An orientation session for IPS research team and associates on "Research Communication Skills" was held on Wednesday, 25 May 2016, which was conducted by Ms Samina Qureshi, Assistant Professor, Mass Communication, University of Karachi & Master Trainer, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs - CCP.

The training – organized by IPS’ Learning, Excellence and Development Program (IPS LEAD) – focused on the following competencies:

1.    Academic Reading
2.    Academic Writing
3.    Academic Listening



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