PCTE – A family to students from 36 countries

PCTE – A family to students from 36 countries

Ludhiana, October 26th: Being a diversified campus, PCTE has been able to provide education to the students from 36 countries. Adding on to last year’s list, this year PCTE witnessed students from 9 countries joined in for various courses. It has become the popular and sought – after college amongst the students striving to develop a place for themselves in this globalized world. Nine countries added to PCTE family this year are Turkmenistan, Indonesia, Iraq, Palestine, Bangladesh, Libya, Timor-Leste, Malawi and Sudan.

Apart from 36 countries on campus PCTE has student from 6 countries USA, Macedonia, Kyrgyzstan, Namibia, France and Cameroon who have graduated and gone back. The International students who have graduated have got a kick start to their career by getting placed in renowned companies. To name one Mr. Naweed Yosofi, who graduated after completing his BBA is currently working on the Board of Management of Afghan United Bank as Chief Risk officer in Afghanistan.

A student from Indonesia Mitayani who opted for Fashion Design said that, “PCTE provides truly global environment to its students. The facilities are just amazing and the place felt homely. Just ask and someone will always be there to help you. Another student Mr. Omravo from Turkmenistan claims to have made many good friends from different countries across the globe while studying at PCTE.

“We are trying our best to bring students around the world closer and help them to understand the mix of different cultures which will eventually strengthen their base for working in multinational companies”, said Dr. KNS Kang, Director General. He further added that PCTE has signed MoU with 17 different universities across the globe and has an active exchange program with University of Angers, France. We have Ambassadors from 19 different countries who have visited PCTE in past decade and shared their knowledge with the students. We look forward to bringing more students from around the globe and strengthen our multicultural community.