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In Australia Better opportunities for engineers and MBA students : Eric Albetz

Eric AlbetzKulbir Kalsi,, INVC,, Mohali,, A team of Indian Australian Strategic Alliance (IASA) headed by Senator Eric Albetz, Leader of the opposition in the Australian senate visited Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC), Jhanjeri and delivered his views in a seminar on “Values of Education”. Senator Eric Albetz is Leader of the opposition in the Australian & while speaking to students of CGC he gave tips for carrying out higher studies and exploring placement avenues abroad. He explained various educational fields available in Australia for higher studies and the expenses involved therein. He also informed them about the opportunities available there for carrying out part time jobs to meet a part of these expenses. Later, He also gave information about the worldwide advances in studies and research activities to reduce water, air and soil pollution. About the placement avenues in Australia, Mr. Albetz told that now a good number of white collar jobs are available there for engineers and MBA students unlike earlier, when students have to compromise with blue collar jobs. Moreover, he said that Punjabi has become indispensable part of Australia that’s why a delegate will also be sent here for further plannings. He also congrats CGC for providing quality education to its students . Albetz was accompanied by Mr. Sanjay Sharma President IASA (Indian Australian Strategic Alliance) , Mr. Kamalpreet Khaira Vice President IASA, DR. Jagvinder Singh Virk Chairman IASA and Mr. Sunil Arora MD, Dewsoft Fabrications. While speaking on this occasion S. Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chancellor Chandigarh University and Chairman CGC and S. Rashpal Singh Dhaliwal, President CGC said that such interactive sessions are essential for the students for giving them an international exposure to current affairs. Dr. G.D. Bansal, Director General CGC, explained about MoUs signed by CGC with a number of foreign universities providing for a free exchange of staff and students.

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