On this MoU, Dr. Anshu Kataria shared that “Canada is one of the most favoured destinations for the students of Punjab who are looking to explore global opportunities. The MoU will lead to greater mobility of professionals at both end and herald a new dimension of academic & professional opportunities between both the institutes.
Ms. Kristianne Viher while speaking on the occasion said that the Canadian Universities and Colleges keep on updating their course curriculum on a regular basis according to the needs of the industry. She further added that this MoU would help the students of Aryans to update themselves with the rapid growth in programs like Business, IT etc.
It is to be mentioned that Focus College is focused on developing programs with highly experienced instructors from the Business, IT, and Travel and Tourism industries by all its modern conveniences. The campus encompasses a vibrant community of cultural clubs and language learning resources, allowing students to learn English in a multicultural environment. Focus College is the only education centre in Canada recognized by the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) for its advanced level of standardized education.
Canadian Pacific Link College (PLC), Surrey, British Columbia, Canada has joined hands with Chandigarh based Aryans Group of Colleges.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Mr. Tarun Khullar, Executive Director Pacific Link College and Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges at Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. This MoU is an important development for Aryans Engineering, Management, Arts etc.
Mr. Tarun Khullar while speaking on the occasion said that the Canadian Universities and Colleges keep on updating their course curriculum on a regular basis according to the needs of the industry. He further added that this MoU would help the students of Aryans to update themselves with the rapid growth in the technology.
Dr. Anshu Kataria said that PLC is one of the renowned colleges of British Columbia, Canada and this collaboration will help Aryans students to get International educational exposure. He added that this type of collaborations help to organize student exchange programs that are beneficial to both the students as well as colleges.
It is to be mentioned that Pacific Link College is located in Metro Vancouver, surrounded by all its modern conveniences. The campus encompasses a vibrant community of cultural clubs and language learning resources, allowing students to learn English in a multicultural environment.
CANADIAN "UNIVERSITY OF THE FRASER VALLEY" JOINS HANDS WITH "ARYANS GROUP OF COLLEGES"
Mohali 17th Febraury
Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh has joined hands with Canadian “University of The Fraser Valley” (UFV) British Columbia, Canada. Mr. Ravi Philips, Head of International Marketing, UFV and Mr. Andy Burn, Director, Canadian Immigration Centre visited the Aryans campus today. A seminar was also organized on the occasion which was attended by the students of different courses. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the event.
Mr. Ravi Philips, Head of International Marketing, UFV said that students who have completed their Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA), Bachelor of Technology – Information Technology, or Bachelor of Technology – Computer Science Engineering from Aryans Group will be awarded credits by the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), and they would get admission into the third year of Bachelor of Computer Information System at their campus in Canada.
Mr. Philips further said that the collaboration would help to explore further opportunities for academic exchange, faculty collaboration and shared research besides providing study-abroad opportunities for the Canadian students at PTU.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that University of The Fraser Valley is one of the renowned universities of British Columbia, Canada, and this collaboration will help Aryans students to get International educational exposure. He added that this type of collaborations helps to organize student exchange programmes that are beneficial to both the students as well as colleges.
Earlier to this also a delegation of Aryans Group of Colleges had visited Canada under the leadership of Dr. Anshu Kataria. The delegation had visited various Educational Universities of Canada like UBC, BC Council for International Education, VFS, UVic, UVF, BCIT, TRU, and SFU with an aim to work out various possibilities of collaborations with Canadian Universities and student exchange programmes.
It is to be mentioned that UFV is located in the Fraser Valley east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. UFV is fully accredited, public university that enrolls approximately 15,000 students per year. UFV has campuses and locations in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Hope and Agassiz.
Aryans Group of Colleges Delegation visited Canada
Delegation met with Mr. Amrik S. Virk, Minister,Advanced Education, British Columbia and Mr. Devinder Shory, MP, Calgary Northeast
A delegation of Aryans Group of Colleges visited Canada under the leadership of Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group. The delegation has visited various Educational Universities of Canada with an aim to work out various possibilities of collaborations with Canadian Universities and student exchange programmes. During the visit the delegation also met with Mr. Amrik S. Virk, Minister, Advance Education, British Columbia and Mr. Devinder Shory, MP, Calgary Northeast.
During their weeklong stay, Aryans Delegation visited many renowned Universities and Colleges of Canada. University of British Columbia, British Columbia council for International Education, Vancouver Film School, University of Victoria, University of The Fraser Valley, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Thompson Rivers University and The Simon Fraser University etc are a few to be mentioned.
The Delegations has visited these Universities to study the difference in the Teaching and Learning pattern between India and Canada. The delegation learnt about the curriculum and courses being offered to students in Canada. The objective of the trip is to work for possibility of International Collaboration, Technical know-how, student exchange Programmes etc.
Mr. Amrik S. Virk, Minister, Advanced Education, British Columbia and Mr. Devinder Shory, MP, Calgary Northeast extended their good wishes to the delegation and appreciated the step taken by the team. He further said that such educational collaborations help in promoting education at a global level, which will help in developing student's knowledge, confidence and other skills.
Aryans delegation also visited Abbotsford Sikh Temple (Gurdwara) which is designated as National Historic site. The delegation was honoured by Gurudwara authorities during their visit. This Abbotsford Sikh Temple is the oldest Sikh Temple in North America.
Aryans Group of Colleges have already entered into a number of Tie-ups/Collaborations with Foreign Institutions such as Outline System (USA); LSME (London School Of Management Education, London); Fontys University (Netherland); AUPP (Australian Unified Pathway Program, Australia), Institute of Technology Blanchard's town (ITB), Dublin (Ireland) etc., and an international membership of AACSB (Association To Advance Collegiate School Of Business, USA), GMAT and GREIt.
Canadian Delegation visits Aryans Group of Colleges
It is to be mentioned that in the last few years, Aryans team had visited many universities of South East Asia, Middle East including IMT and SP Jain Business School, Dubai; SASIN Business School, Bangkok; SP Jain Business School, Singapore; Hong Kong etc. The team has also visited some SAARC countries including Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka etc in the recent years.
To create more opportunities for the students in higher education abroad for the students of Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh, a delegation comprising of Canadian University delegates and experts from the field of education visited Aryans Campus. Mr.Manoj Patki, Managing Director, Staar United Group was the keynote speaker on the occasion.
The objective of the program was not only to assist students in expanding their awareness in regard to the opportunities available globally, but to offer precise guidance of how they can fulfil such aspirations with minimum financial and time loss.
Manoj Patki while interacting with the students briefed about the opportunities available in Canada including credit transfer programs whereby students will receive direct entry into the third or the fourth year of the degree programs helping the students to reduce the overall cost of education in Canada.
Patki added that students got eligible for a three-year work permit in Canada upon completion of their degree, as per the current regulations. A number of students who receive a three-year Canadian work permit succeed in securing employment in Canada and can apply for Permanent Residency in Canada.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that Aryans caters to students from all over the country, including Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, J&K, North East, Bihar, Jharkhand etc & t this collaboration will help Aryans students to get invaluable International exposure.
Dr. Kataria added that for the first time, students would get all information about proceeding abroad through a dedicated counselling centre located on campus. Students may also complete all formalities pertaining to application and admission through this on-campus centre.
Renowned Canadian Entrepreneur interacts with the students of Aryans
Mohali 24th August
Renowned Canadian Entreprenuers and social activist, Mr. Sukhi Bath today interacted with the students of Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh. A seminar was organized on the “Career Opportunities after Graduation in Canada” at its campus. Mr. Jaswinder Singh Dilawari was also present on the occasion. Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the event. Students of B.Tech, MBA, BBA, BCA, B.Com, BA, GNM, ANM, MA (Edu), B.Sc (Agri) etc participated in the seminar.
Mr. Sukhi Bath while interacting with the students said that both countries have great scope for co-operation in high-end technologies, infrastructure, renewable energy, education etc. Canada is gifted with huge amount of natural resources especially in renewable energy sources, while India is the second most populous country and one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
Mr. Bath further said that CSJ creates summer job opportunities and provides valuable work experience for youth aged 15 to 30 intending to return to their full-time studies in the next school year. The program helps young people gain the skills, abilities and work experience they need to find and maintain good employment.
Mr. Jaswinder Dilawari while speaking on the occasion said that Agriculture and food processing are also potential areas for co-operation between both the countries. Canada exports pulses, lentils, food grains to different countries. Specifically, it supplies around 40% of lentils consumed in India. There is a lot of scope for collaboration in the processed food sector, as very few Canadian food processing companies have explored investment opportunities in India.
Dr. Anshu Kataria while speaking on the occasion said that Aryans have already entered into a number of Tie-ups/Collaborations with Canadian Universities and Colleges for Student and Faculty exchange programs including Sprott Shaw College, Vancouver; University of Fraser Valley, British Columbia; Loyalist College, Ontario etc.
Famous Poet, Writer and Singer Ali Rajpura; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Registrar; Mrs Sukhaman Bath, Coordinator etc were also present on the occasion.