The NRI’s are making remarkable contribution in the field of Agriculture, Industry, Technology & Education and they want to see their country touch new heights. This was stated by Desh Bhagat University Chancellor Dr. ZoraSingh while giving details of his meetings with the NRI’s, who had come to India from different countries. He said that India is the fastest developing country of the world and every country is desirous of co-operation with it. It is evident from the response got by the Parvasi Bhartiya Divas (PBD) summit held recently in Gujrat. Dr. Singhdisclosed that he attended this three day programme along with Pro Chancellor Ms. Tajinder Kaur and interacted with a number of successful NRI entrepreneurs and businessmen. The response of these NRI’s is very positive for establishing their ventures in India which will strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries.
Dr. Singh informed that during this summit, they had also met some of the Central Ministers having different portfolio and had talks with them on several topics. These ministers include Dr. Harsh Vardhan (Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences ), Shri Birender Singh ( Minister of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water and Sanitation) and Shri Mahesh Sharma (Minister of State for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation ).
Dr. Zora Singh also had talks with Dr. Satish Batra (Chairman and President of Horizon Industries ) Germany for Academia -Industry partnership with Desh Bhagat University and these were very positive. The bilateral talk with Shri Kanwaljeett Singh Bakhshi (Member Parliament from New Zealand) on Dairy Technology , its latest techniques and courses was also fruitful.
He discussed with H.E. Mr. Donald R. Ramotar (President of the Republic of Guyana) about the prospects of starting a technical and academic programs with Guyana by Desh Bhagat University .
For the improvement in health education and facilities, Dr. Singh had a meeting with Dr. Ravi Jahagirdar (President of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin USA), about the possibility of interdisciplinary health care systems in tie ups with them. For making a debut of Desh Bhagat University in Malaysia in the field of Ayurveda, they met Dato Seri Utama S. Samivellu (Special Envoy to India from Malaysia) and with an ambassador from Mallavi. Dr. Singh also talked with Dr. Devi Shetty (Founder of Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore and Cayman Islands) on bilateral issues.
Dr. Singh said that talks with all the NRI’s were very fruitful and the collaboration with foreign institutes and universities will strengthen the relations between both countries and students of both sides will get a chance to learn in international environment.