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London college to open training centre in Guwahati


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Guwahati: A training centre of Westminster Kingsway College, London, will be set up in Guwahati soon for training master trainers in vocational courses. Nicole Barber, Assistant Principal, and Ms Ijeoma Akigwe, Head Marketing of Westminster Kingsway College, assured this to Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi when they met him at his official residence here ON Wednesday.

The visit of Ms Barber and Akigwe is a sequel to Gogoi’s visit to the premier college in London in August this year. In course of the discussions, Barber and Akigwe, who are on a two-day visit to the city, said the objective of the visit is to further explore the possibility of partnering with the State Education Department in imparting training to teachers and introducing vocational courses in colleges. (UNI)


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