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Aryans Group and BSI Learning Collaborate to Introduce Australian Qualifications in India


Mohali, BSI Learning (RTO 21371) and Aryans Group of Colleges have officially joined forces to introduce Australian Qualifications to Indian students. With the support of Can And Able Advisory, this partnership aims to provide accessible pathways for Indian learners to pursue internationally recognized qualifications without leaving the country.

BSI Learning (RTO 21371) is dedicated to delivering impactful learning experiences that benefit individuals and organizations alike. Their focus is on creating programs with measurable outcomes, driving positive change in both personal and professional spheres.

Aryans Group of Colleges, comprising eight premier educational institutions, is known for its commitment to high-quality education. Offering a diverse range of programs from engineering to nursing, Aryans Group ensures that students are well-prepared for the challenges of the workforce.

The primary objective of this collaboration is to explore opportunities to offer Australian Skillsets and Qualifications in various fields including Business, Leadership & Management, Project Management, Retail, Hospitality, and Fitness.

Ms. Kala Philip, CEO of BSI Learning, emphasized the importance of leveraging the strong relationship between Australia and India to provide skill training in emerging domains such as digital healthcare and renewable energy. The collaboration aims to create pathways for students in education, innovation, and economic growth.

Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman of Aryans Group, highlighted the significance of providing Australian skill education locally, especially considering the challenges students face with immigration restrictions in countries like Australia. This initiative opens doors for North Indian students to access quality education while saving time and costs.

Mr. Munish Arora, Managing Partner of Can And Able Advisory, expressed his support for the collaboration, emphasizing its contribution to the education sector and its role in providing internationally accepted knowledge and certificates to Indian students.

This collaboration aligns with the Australian Government’s Australia-India Future Skills Initiative (FSI), which aims to facilitate partnerships between Australian Skills providers and Indian Skilling institutions, further strengthening the ties between the two nations in the field of education.

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