OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Kiran Ilyas, first woman football coach of Pakistan, has qualified AFC 'B Coaching Course at Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, said Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) spokesman on Wednesday. Kiran was nominated by the PFF to participate in the AFC 'B Coaching Course. PFF president Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, on the occasion, said: Four key elements coaching, competition, talent hunt and selection on merit are very essential in the overall development of football. Modem coaches always take these aspects of the game into consideration to help develop football on solid lines. Miss Kirans achievement has proved the PFF Presidents aspirations. Kiran was the coach of Pakistan teams at the 2010 South Asian Games and inaugural SAFF Womens Championship also in 2010. She played as captain for the Punjab province in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 before becoming the coach for the Under-14 team at the AFC Festival of Football for girls in Sri Lanka in 2009. Kiran, who has a masters degree in sport science, feels she is 'growing together with womens football in Pakistan which is still in its infancy compared to the 'big girls in Asia. It is pertinent to mention here that the AFC 'B Coaching Certificate is for coaches who already have the 'C Certificate. The course is designed to educate coaches in the advanced techniques and skills of the game and to help them develop a better -understanding of individual or groups of players, tactics and the mental requirements of the game.