H.E. Mr. Dembo Badjie (The Ambassador, Gambian Embassy in India) and Mr. Alfred Vilili (Counsellor, High Commission of Embassy of Malawi in India) visited Parul University during the 6th Convocation Ceremony of Parul Institute of Management – PGDM Program.
Tomasz Lukaszuk visited Parul University(PU) for inauguration of the International Indian Summer School where 44 students from Poland and Germany came to study under PU’s exchange programmes with their respective partner Universities in Poland and Germany.
The ambassador recollected the historical ties between Poland and Gujarat “During World War II, Jam Saheb, the ruler of erstwhile Nawanagar-Jamnagar state, had given asylum to Polish refugees that included widows and children. We have always remained grateful to people of Gujarat for that gesture,” said H.E. Tomasz Lukaszuk.
Mr. Michael Siebert visited Parul University and addressed students and staff of Parul University, he emphasized that fresh Indian graduates are welcome in his country calling it a “win-win” situation for the both countries.
“It will be a win-win situation for both countries if fresh graduates (from India) visit Germany and work in industries there; as they would get good exposure which they can bring back to India after a few years and Germany would get manpower for their industries.”
Gaston Stronck stressed on better trade relations between India and Luxembourg.
Stronck during visited to Parul University, he shared his views pertaining to the Global Country Study Report prepared on Luxembourg by students of Faculty of Management, Parul University.
Stronck also talked about business opportunities between Gujarat and Luxembourg during this visit. Ashok Kadakia, Consul of Luxembourg at Mumbai, discussed about possible student exchange programmes during the visit.
Darja Bavdaz Kuret with Boris Jelovsek, Minister Plenipotentiary at the embassy were at Parul University’s PGDM programme’s fifth convocation ceremony during which 76 students were awarded their Post-graduate Diploma in Management degree certificates.
The High Commissioner of Republic of Rwanda was at Parul University Campus to take part in ‘Kwibuka20’ – an event to remember the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi ethnic group in Rwanda. Over 200 Central African students studying at Parul University and nearby cities took part in a ‘Walk to Remember’ – a march on the campus. During the commemoration ceremony, all the students lit candles and sang songs in remembrance of those who had died and those who survived the horrendous genocide. The High Commissioner stressed “We ask the world to come together to support the survivors of the genocide and to ensure that such an atrocity never happens again in Rwanda or elsewhere.
He also spoke to enhance bilateral trade, commerce, health and education between India and Rwanda.