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Canadian delegation visits Rayat Bahra Varsity

June 22, 2018 04:17 PM

Punjab News Express
MOHALI: A delegation of the Lambton College, Canada and Overseas Education and Career Consultants, Australia, here today visited the Rayat Bahra University to understand the education system of India.

The delegation was received by Gurvinder Singh Bahra, Chairman of the Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions (RBGI), and Dr Daljit Singh, Vice-Chancellor of the Rayat Bahra University. Heads of different departments and senior faculty members accompanied the visiting team as it went round studying the teaching processes in different departments.

Bahra told the visiting delegation that the University has signed a MoU with Google India and opened a state-of- the-art Google Centre of Excellence where various undergraduate and postgraduate programs like B Tech Computer Science Engineering in Android Development and MBA in Digital Marketing were being offered.

Dr Daljit Singh told the visitors that the lush green sprawling campus of the Rayat Bahra University provides a vibrant campus life offering ultra modern infrastructure to its students like a huge 24-hour central library, computer labs, international level sports and recreational facilities, air-conditioned hostels, quality food prepared under strict hygienic conditions, wi-fi facility throughout the campus and round the clock security and CCTV cameras making the campus safe and secure.

A member of the visiting delegation said that the Lambton College, Canada, and Overseas Education and Career Consultants (OECC), Australia have joined hands to conduct a research activity with premier institutions in India regarding the different teaching and learning styles followed in Indian institutions.

He said that for this activity, Lambton is sending some of its professors to India. This activity is purely based for the purpose of Lambton College’s consumption and urge to understand how Indian students are taught in classes and the methodologies used by professors during the learning process.

Teachers in the subjects of Biological Sciences, Chemical Production Power Engineering Technology, Chemical Lab Analysis, and Hospitality comprised the delegation. The hospitality experts studies hotel operations and management team, food and beverage operations and management, tourism and tourism trends, financial control, and human resources and marketing.

Mathew Radford, Lambton Representative of the Lambton College, Prasenjeet Mukherjee, Director and Vice-President of the Overseas Education and Career Consultants (OECC) Australia, and Adil Ahmad, Manager Partner Relations OECC India, were the facilitators for the visiting team.

Concluding their visit the team members expressed their gratitude to the management of the Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions for the cooperation and hospitality extended to them.


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