The High Commissioner of India, His Excellency, Mr Ranjan Mathai, and his First Secretary (Education), Mrs Madhu Sethi, visited the bksb office yesterday (2 June).
The High Commissioner was very interested to hear about the bksb online skills development solutions for English language, as well as our new training centre in Chandigarh. His Excellency, Mr Mathai also received a presentation on the company’s plans for the future in India, where bksb Limited are trading under the name Skills Anytime, along with a background into bksb – the leading eLearning assessment and resource provider in the UK.
His Excellency, Mr Ranjan Mathai was also keen to hear how bksb plans to play a part in the Indian government’s ambition to upskill 500 million people by 2022, as well as hear more about the English language products available for both organisations and individuals, including the newly-released IELTS Anytime.
bksb Managing Director, Harvinder Atwal said: “It was such a pleasure to welcome His Excellency, Mr Ranjan Mathai and Mrs Madhu Sethi to our offices today. We are committed to improving the skills of individuals all over India, and His Excellency, Mr Ranjan Mathai clearly shares our vision. Together, I’m sure we can help the Indian Government achieve its goals, and create a brighter future for individuals across India.”
bksb launched Skills Anytime across India in January this year. The training centre, based at the prestigious Taj Hotel in Chandigarh, is the hub of all Indian business for both organisations and individuals.