Mohali 18 May 2018
Gian Jyoti Institute of Management and Technology organized “The African Student Meet-2018” at its campus in Phase-2, Mohali. HE Mr. Baraka H. Luvanda, High Commissioner, United Republic of Tanzania to India was Chief Guest on the occasion. Mr. Yahya A. Mhata, Education Liaison Officer, United Republic of Tanzania to India was the Guest of Honour on the occasion. Mr. J.S.Bedi, Chairman, Gian Jyoti Group of Institution presided over the function. Over 70 African students of tricity attended the meet.
Africa students of Gian Jyoti Group welcomed the high Commissioner in Punjabi traditional attires and Mr. J.S.Bedi, Chairman, Gian Jyoti Group presented a traditional Punjabi turban to the High Commissioner.
HE Mr. Baraka H. Luvanda, High Commissioner, United Republic of Tanzania to India while speaking on the occasion motivated the young students to make them self-capable for future opportunities by overcoming the challenges posed before them. He emphasized that everything can be achieved with our committed and dedicated approach. Repeated efforts will lead to success in the mission of an individual, he added.
He suggested to be a part of an Association of African Students which is functioning in India. Whose meeting is conducted in every year.
Mr. J.S.Bedi, Chairman, Gian Jyoti Group of Institutions while speaking on the occasion said that this is for the first kind meet that Gian Jyoti Group has organizes for the International Students studying in different colleges of the tricity. Mr. Bedi further said that only the young people who can help in shaping new peaceful and sustainable world. Young people are the one who can regardless of nationality; ethnicity, religion, class, gender or other differences can be encouraged and empowered to fight for their own rights and serve as advocates for the rights of others.
Mr. Yahya A. Mhata, Education Liaison Officer, United Republic of Tanzania to India sang for the students during the interaction and students enjoyed the session.
In the end all the students along with the High Commissioner danced on the Bhangra beats.