China to introduce best practices adopted in Indian colleges
COIMBATORE: China will be taking home the best practices followed in some of the city colleges here to improve the communication and employability skills of its students.
The country will also introduce B Com (BPS) with the help of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Zhan Tongyu, head of a three-member expert team which visited Sri Krishna Arts and Science College here, said.
TCS has tied up with four colleges, affiliated to Bharathia University to offer a B Com (Business Process Service), a special course to enter in the field of BPO and BPS. The course is a first of its kind in this field and started in India, including at Sri Krishna Arts and Science.
The team visited the college to observe details of B Com (BPS) and wanted to introduce the course in China with the help of TCS, Tongyu said in a press release.
Vijay Bali (Unknown)
Jayabhagya Suram (Unknown)
India should take a lesson from China and seek the services of leading soft ware giants like TCS, Infosys etc to improve the educational standards in private and Govt.colleges. UGC,AICTE etc have failed in the purpose for which they were set up.
don’t do it guys..
Prashant Nayakanti (Unknown)
Yes, We Indians can impart the best college practices
Manush hunkel (Nanded)
Hahahahahaha…”provided students dont exercise freedom of speech” chinkychink no akkal
Rajiv agrawal (Unknown)
Are there ANY ?
Sushil Seth (Lucknow)
China won’t mind to acknowledge & learn from a country which is far behind her economically as well as educationally.We need to follow that to improve standard of education in our country.