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Alberta province to collaborate with India’s post-secondary institutions

Rajan Sawhney, Minister of Trade, Immigration and Multiculturalism, said the MOU will prove to be a key step in creating a productive relationship between Alberta and the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute.

(L-R) Dr Pavneesh Madan, Vice President and President Elect, Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute joins Minister Demetrios Nicolaides to sign the memorandum of understanding. Image - @Alberta.CA

Alberta signed an agreement with the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute to attract skilled newcomers to the Canadian province and provide new opportunities for students in the country and India.

The accord will permit Alberta and India’s post-secondary institutes (PSI) to collaborate and share knowledge easily through new research partnerships, professional development opportunities, and engagement with students and faculty.

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