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BSI learning, Australia signs MoU with Aryans Group of Colleges
4/19/2024 10:30:52 PM
CHANDIGARH, Apr 19: Chandigarh (India), Date: BSI Learning (RTO 21371) and Aryans Group of Colleges proudly announce the signing of an Expression of Interest (EoI) to create opportunities for Indian students to pursue Australian Qualifications in India with the support of Can And Able Advisory. BSI Learning (RTO 21371), is committed to delivering a learning experience that produces beneficial change for both your people and your organization. BSI Learning aims to develop programs that have measurable effects, not only on your people and their performance but on the bottom-line results of the company.
Aryans Group of Colleges stands as premier consortium of eight educational institutions, offering a diverse array of programs ranging from engineering to law, and business to nursing. With a steadfast commitment to high-quality education, Aryans Group has become synonymous with academic excellence and professional readiness. The primary objectives of signing this EoI is to explore a potential collaboration to offer Australian Skillsets and Qualifications in Business, Leadership & Management, Project Management, Retail and Hospitality, and Fitness.
"Australia and India share a strong relationship, and Australian educational institutions are set to leverage this partnership to provide skill training to a massive workforce in emerging domains such as digital healthcare and renewable energy. To achieve this goal, BSI Learning is visiting India to build market literacy and skills partnerships. The collaboration between Aryans Group of Colleges and us aims to create pathways for their students in education, innovation, and economic growth" said Ms. Kala Philip, CEO, BSI Learning.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said " After the restrictions on immigration in various countries, including Australia, Canada, USA, UK etc. It has become tough for the students to get the visas for such countries. Attaining Australian skill education in Chandigarh will be a big opportunity for the students of North India. The students will be able to save the cost & time while studying Australian skill courses at Aryans Group of Colleges. He also added that Aryans nursing, Pharmacy, and paramedical courses are high in demand & we would prefer to impart Australian skill education among students with the help of BSI Learning from Australia."
"As part of our ongoing commitment to add value additions in the education sector, we are happy to support this collaboration between BSI and The Aryan group to give Indian students a chance to pick a program as per their interest giving them internationally accepted knowledge and a relevant certificate." Added Munish Arora, Managing Partner, Can And Able Advisory .
This collaboration is an endeavor of Australian Government's Australia-India Future Skills Initiative (FSI) a program aiming towards facilitating collaboration between Australia Skills providers and Indian Skilling institutions.
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