Bhartiya Skill Development University is sending four students for an internship to the Agricultural State University of Moldova. The four students selected for the internship are from the School of Entrepreneurship Skills at BSDU. The certification ceremony for the students was officiated by honorable Chief Guest:
Surjit Singh Pabla, Pro Chancellor, BSDU, Dr. Achintya Choudhury, Vice
Chancellor, BSDU and Dr. Ravi Goyal, Principal, School of
Entrepreneurship Skills were present on the dias.
internship at the University of Moldova will begin from 1st March to
31StMay2020 where students will learnabout the working techniques in
Moldova. Students will also get to know about the practices followed by
Moldavia’s to start a business of their own.
Dr. (Brig.) Surjit Singh Pabla, Pro Chancellor, BSDU, said, “BSDU’s students will
benefit from this opportunity and will get to learn more on an international
modern businesses techniques which will value added to their career. Apart from
training them in the university, we also send them out in the industry to get
field experience, our students will get a similar experience at Agricultural
State University, Moldova, Europe.”
signed a MoU with Agricultural State University of Moldova, under which, with
compliance to the Department of Business Administration, both universities will
open their doors for students exchange and internship programmes for students
as well as research, development and innovation programmes for the staff
members of the universities for the school of Entrepreneurship Skills.
Dr. Achintya Choudhury, Vice Chancellor, BSDU, said, “Our students will get to
learn about the education system and the training style practiced in Moldova.
This is a great chance for the students of our university get exposure and
prepare themselves to enter the professional world. Our students will learn how
to work with different techniques and make use of the training they’ve received
here. Moreover, our students will also learn about the different practices to
follow while opening and running a business.”
Dr. Ravi Kumar Goyal heads the Schools of Entrepreneurship. He said, “Our students will be dually benefitted by getting exposed to
international environment and gaining knowledge of new and different modern
business techniques with frequent industrial visits. This will help to bridge
the gap between theoretical knowledge andreal life experience and prepare them
to enter the corporate world with hands-on experience of how industry operates.”