sábado, 29 de Junho de 2013

MALAM SAMBU, EMBAIXADOR DA GUINÉ-BISSAU NA INDIA,CHINA, JAPÃO, SINGAPURA, KOREA DO SUL

Malam Sambú diz que quer levar estudantes guineenses para a India para formação.


Malam Sambu, Ambassador, Guinea Bissau in India, China, Japan, Korea and Singapore and Ambassador Deepak Vohra, Presently advisor to Guinea Bissau and South Sudan visit PCTE Group of Institutes at Ludhiana, to interact with PCTE Faculty and Board of Advisors about the Business Models adopted in India and regarding admissions of Guinea Bissau students.


Ludhiana, June 24, 2013: Malam Sambu, Ambassador, Guinea Bissau in India, China, Japan, Korea and Singapore and Ambassador Deepak Vohra, Presently advisor to Guinea Bissau and South Sudan visited PCTE Group of Institutes to interact with PCTE Faculty and Board of Advisors about the Business Models adopted in India and regarding admissions of Guinea Bissau students.


Dr. K N S Kang, Director General, PCTE Group of Institutes along Prof. Atul Tandan, IIM (Ahmedabad), Director, PCTE Business School with Board of Advisors of PCTE from the Industry like Hero Cycles, Saluja Group, Shreyans Paper Mills, etc discussed about the industry patterns of both the countries with the Ambassador Sambu.


“Your Excellency”, a regular series at PCTE where seven Ambassadors from different nations like Poland, Guinea-Conakry, Bhutan, South Sudan, Republic of Congo, Namibia and India have addressed students, had Ambassador Sambu the eighth Ambassador in the series to visit PCTE during last academic year. In the series His Excellencies of various countries are invited to deliver talk to PCTE students and faculty and to share their countries heritage, culture and various economic, political and social aspects of business environment.


Malam Sambu talked about Guinea Bissau, its independence, cultural heritage, economic agricultural and political structure of the country. He quoted economic, and financial strength of the countries will govern the rules of successful countries. He  also stressed upon the scope of more and more student admissions of Guinea Bissau at PCTE. He emphasised on the need of strengthening the liaison with such quality Institutes in near future for educational Malam Sambu cultural exchange.


Dr K.N.S Kang, Director General, PCTE Group of Institutes said that it’s a great opportunity for all to understand the potential of doing business globally while listening to various Ambassadors/Ministers. Dr. Kang while highlighting the commitment of the college to get global said that PCTE at present has more than 125 foreign students from 22 countries. Ambassador Sambu said that he would like students from Guinea Bissau to come and study at PCTE, which offers an amazing blend of students from different corners of the world, and world class education.