Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya, Founder President, Suryadatta group of institutes (SGI) felicitated students of National Union of Eritrean Youth
and Students Association, Pune

Mr.Tekeste Ghebremedhin Zemuy, Counselor, Embassy of the State of Eritrea and Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya, Founder President and chairman, Suryadatta group of institutes, Pune felicitated Eritrean students with Merit certificate in a programme organized by national Union of Eritrean youth and students Association, Pune recently. Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya, graced this occasion as Chief Guest.

Mr. Ahferom Michael, Chairman, National Union of Eritrean Youth and Students, welcome the guest and said this programme is as important as convocation because our students are not in a position to attend the convocation held after long time. More than 50 graduate and post graduate students completing their education this year from Bangalore, Hyderabad Chennai, and Delhi participated in this programme.

Mr.Tekeste Zemuy congratulated all students. He highly appreciated world class infrastructure facilities, high standard of education systems of Surydattaa and wished to work with Surydatta in the near future. He urged the students to take advantage of such institutes for making strong foundation. Dr. Chordiya sincerely congratulated all students & said Suryadatta Education Society believed in nurturing students, understanding their diverse backgrounds, using their diversity to the best of their advantage & developing their personality. So far more than 600 students from 32 countries have successfully completed their education through Surydatta. Mrs Sanjana Ganguly Ghosh, The Corporate relations manager of Surydatta gave a valuable guidance to the students

Ms. Sarika K
For Suryadatta Group of Institutes, Pune

Source: By E-mail (June 26, 2014)

Published on IndianMBA.com on June 26, 2014


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