BFGI Chairman met with Canadian Govt.officals
Baba Farid Group of Institutions (BFGI) got a rare opportunity when high commissioner of Canada Nadir Patel invited Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal (Chairman BFGI) to the dinner reception organized at Canada house (New Delhi) to celebrate Indo-Canadian Relationshipsin which Canadian PM Justin Trudeau was the guest of honor accompanied by his delegates Harjeet Singh Sajjan (Minister of Defence), Amarjeet Singh Sohi (Minister of Infrastructure and Community), Navdeep Bains (Minister of Innovation Science and Economic Development), Christopher Gibbins (Counsulate General of Canada) and also MP’s, MLA’s and high profile personalities were present.
During this meeting with Amarjeet Singh Sohi Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal shared his views on different aspects of education .Along with this, Christopher Gibbins, Amarjeet Singh Sohi assured that Canadian Govt. will extend full support for the betterment of Indian Students. It is worth mentioning that Christopher Gibbins has already visited the BFGI Campus in May 2016.
BFGI has also received a proposal to open campuses sharedby both the countries starting from 8th Standard to Higher Education, the roadmap of which is being prepared by BFGI. It will be of great benefit for the Indian students because under this proposal the students studying up to 12th standard can also take their parents along with them to Canada and they no longer have to give any other exams to study in Canada. With this proposal Baba Farid School of International Studies and Baba Farid School of Skill development got a huge response where Indian students will be trained in soft skills and training will be given according to the standards of developed countries so that they can get direct admission in prestigious colleges in Canada and get lucrative jobs.
During the press meet Dr. Dhaliwal mentioned that in October 2014 he went to British Columbia,Canada as a delegate of PHD Chamber of Commerce in which he tied up with the top universities of Canada like University of British Columbia,British Columbia Institute of Technology,Thomson Rivers University and University of Fraser Valleyfor student exchange,Faculty development,research and broadcast.