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Indian institute looks- GOPIO Party.jpgA large education provider in India is keen to develop joint ventures and working relationships with educational institutions and providers in New Zealand.

Dr Sandeep Singh Kaura, Assistant Managing Director of the Chandigarh based Rayat Bahra Group said his recent visit to Auckland was useful and could lead to immediate benefits for both countries.

He was part of an official delegation led by India’s Human Resources Minister Kapil Sibal to New Zealand to explore possibilities of pursuing fresh opportunities in either country in tertiary education and human resources development.

New Delhi based Confederation of Indian Industry put together the delegation, comprising a number of educational institutions and related organisations.

Mr Kaura met several businesspersons at a cocktail party hosted by the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) at Stamford Plaza Hotel in Auckland on April 11.

The Rayat Bahra Group owns three university campuses in India and one in London.

Mr Kaura said he was preparing a detailed strategy for his Group.

“We received valuable information about several New Zealand organisations, the country’s academic and professional needs, along with the educational landscape.

“You share our vision for growth and enhancing teaching and learning quality in India over the next 5-10 years and hope you would be able to play a part in our vision,” he said.

Dr Kaura said he would contact interested organisations in New Zealand to understand their needs and develop a partnership plan.

Photo:The picture appearing in this report shows Dr Sandeep Singh Kaura at the GOPIO get together with (from left) ASB Migrant Banking Executive Dev Dhingra, GOPIO Executives Sunny Kaushal & Sandeep Aggarwal, and AIMS Global Education & Migration Services Limited Directors Amar Manchanda (India) and Arunima Dhingra (New Zealand)

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