Thursday, March 10, 2011


Ludhiana 10th March 2011(Gurzent Singh)

Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar will sign a MOU with EdCIL (India) Ltd for developing plans to attract Foreign Students in the Colleges affiliated to PTU. The MoU will be signed at Punjab College of Technical Education, Baddowal, Ludhiana on 11 Mar 2011. Smt Anju Banerjeee, Chairperson and Managing Director and Sh. KVL Narasimham, Director (Corporate Planning) will represent EdCIL (India) Ltd. MOU will be signed in the presence of Mr Suresh Kumar, Principal Secretary, Technical Education, Govt of Punjab ,Dr Rajneesh Arora, Vice Chancellor; Punjab Technical University. Dr.M.S.Kang, Vice Chancellor, PAU, Ludhiana, Dr. K.N.S.Kang, Director General, PCTE Group of Institutes, Dean, Punjab Technical University, and other officials from PTU , dignitaries, eminent academicians will also be present on the occasion.

Dr Rajneesh Arora, Vice Chancellor said that this MOU will be signed to Encourage Foreign Students to take admission in various courses at different affiliated Colleges of PTU. While appreciating the efforts of Punjab College of Technical Education in admitting foreign students Mr. Vice Chancellor said that there are about 60 foreign students already studying in different courses at Punjab College of Technical Education. He further said that such initiatives will definitely help Punjab Technical University and Punjab state in projecting itself as preferred educational destination by foreign students in the country.

Dr. K.N.S.Kang, Director General, PCTE Group of Institutes informed that PCTE has been getting foreign students from 2005 on wards. He further added that PCTE is among the few Institutes who had got foreign students studying from Mozambique, Cameroon, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Rwanda in various courses. Dr Kang said that presence of foreign students in the institute not only raise the level of Discipline among the students but also help in getting International Perspective in Teaching , which will help both faculty and students in matching the pace of globalization.
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