A six memberDelegation from Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BritishColumbia, Canada (ASTTBC) visited Amity University, Noida to discuss theregulatory framework guiding technical skills training and improve mutualunderstanding of the academic and technical competency standards of Graduatesin India.
The Delegationcomprised of Mr. David Rutherford, President-ASTTBC, Dr. Charles Joyner, Registrar – ASTTBC; Mr. Geoff Sale, Manager(Internationally Educated Professional Programs, ASTTBC; Mr. Prakash Joshi,Ex-Director ASTTBC; Mr. Gregory Miller, Vice President–Institute of EngineeringTechnology of Ontario (IETO) and Ms. Sharon Reid, Senior Technician–Canadian Instrumentation Services Group, Peterborough, Canada.
Wg. Cdr. S.K. Goel- Deputy.Director,International Affairs Department, Amity gave apresentation of Amity highlighting the achievements of students,faculty,researchers and scientists of Amity, International and National Campuses ofAmity, patents filed etc.
(Dr.) GurinderSingh, Group Addl. Vice Chancellor, Amity discussedthe various collaborative options with the distinguished members of thedelegation with reference to accrediting various Amity Institutions and theirprogrammes
Also present duringthe occasion were Dr. W. Selvamurthy, President, Amity ScienceTechnology Innovation Foundation, Prof. (Dr.) Ravi Prakash, Director- AmitySchool of Engineering and Technology, Dr. Ajay Rana- Director, Amity School ofEngineering (AIEEE) & Director, Amity Technical Placement Cell, Prof. (Dr.)Abhay Bansal- HoD, Computer Science Engineering, Amity School of EngineeringTechnology and other senior officials and Directors of Amity University.