KARACHI - Pakistan and Thailand share strong trade relationship based on mutual trust, however, these ties can be more strengthened by enhancing the academic ties between both the countries. Bilateral exchange of students between Pakistan and Thailand will prove to be beneficial in every respect, these views were expressed by the KU Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Muhammad Qaiser during his address to a delegate of Thai students studying in Islamic International University - Islamabad. A visit of 32 member student delegation was arranged by the Thai Embassy Islamabad. A detailed presentation about the University’s academic facts was given to the students. The students were also updated about the International Students’ Admission criteria. The delegation was later taken to Dr AQ Khan Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, Department of Computer Science and Botanical Garden. After visiting the University’s departments, the students showed interest in taking admission in this Alma Matar. On this occasion, KU Registrar Prof. Dr. Nasiruddin Khan and KU Students’ Advisor Prof. Dr. Anser Rizwi were also present.