Aryans team returns from China
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 9: A team of Aryans Group of Colleges has returned from educational-cum-industrial trip to China.
The team visited a number of educational institutes and manufacturing companies in Guangzhou, Lechong, Guzhen, Foshan in China.
The places are popular for industrial areas especially export-import businesses, the college in a statement said. Giving further details it said the team also met many academicians and industrialists.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, who was heading the team, said: “China has skill-based education that equips a student to start his career at younger age.” He said: “However, the major bottleneck in education system is lack of English speaking people. But now China is training its youth in English language so that they can compete with rest of the world. Better curriculum, infrastructure and faculty have made China one of the fastest growing economies of the world.”
Dr Kataria said that women’s role in manufacturing industry in India was very low. “Majority of working women in India is in service sector. But in China, women play dominating role in manufacturing industry resulting into higher economic growth of the country.”
Pertinently, during last few years Aryans team visited many B Schools 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, Sri Lanka, etc, in recent years.
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