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 Save the Date! 9 am – 5 pm November 17, 2014

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11 Colonel By Drive • Ottawa, Ontario • K1N 9H4

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On November 17, 2014 CIEC hosts the ‘Canada-India: Synergy in Education’ Conference 2014 at the Westin Ottawa. This year’s event, held on the margins of CBIE’s annual conference, will explore the convergence of sports and entertainment in the education sector and asks the question… Is India the next frontier?

With sessions by CBIE and Colleges & Institutes Canada, augmented by multiple workshop-style sessions led by the Hon. Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport), this is a must-attend event for those active or interested in examining India as a possible frontier in this corridor.  Hon. Deepak Obhrai, PC, MP Calgary East & Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Human Rights will lead the Inaugural Address while Patrick Brown, MP and Co-Chair of the Canada India Parliamentary Association will be presenting on Ottawa’s role in this growing sector.  Hear ex- NHL’er Doug Smith as he lends his expertise and brings a decade of high performance playing at the elite level. Join him as he discusses sports injuries and athletic programming and how it may benefit your institution. Explore this exciting new frontier as you mingle with sports and entertainment figures and key stakeholders and be seen as an opinion leader in this thought-provoking Conference.

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Testimonials

As a Department that holds education as a high priority and values greatly Canada and India’s growing relations in this sector, we greatly appreciate the work of the Canada India Education Council to develop and enrich further collaboration between our countries. India is a priority market under the International Education Strategy as well as the Global Markets Action Plan.

John Baird, PC, MPMinister of Foreign Affairs


Jason Kenney letter I am pleased to extend my warmest greetings to all those attending ‘The Business of Education‘ dinner, hosted by the Canada India Education Council (CIEC). Education is one of the cornerstones of our society. It is through education that we transmit our values and ensure that our children grow up informed and inspired by the principles that we cherish. Canada and India share a commitment to education, as a fundamental way of achieving peace and prosperity for our citizens. Through organizations such as the CIEC, educators from both countries can work together to open avenues of cooperation, to the benefit of both our countries. Events such as this remind us that when many come together for a single cause, much can be accomplished. Prime Minister Harper said: “There is s tremendous amount of potential in our relationship with India. We share a history of cooperation in the Commonwealth and the United Nations, as well as a shared commitment to pluralism, democracy, human rights and the rule of law. Our goal is to build a stronger, more dynamic partnership based on shared commercial, political and regional interests.” As Minister for Multiculturalism, I would like to thank the members of the Canada India Education Council for your ongoing work in support of cooperation between Canada and India in the field of education.

Hon. Jason Kenney, PC, MP Minister of Employment and Social Development & Minister for Multiculturalism


DateAs Premier of the Province of British Columbia, it gives me great pleasure to send greetings to everyone attending “The Business of Education“, hosted by the CIEC. British Columbia & India have strong historical, cultural & social connections & government is working to promote & develop even stronger relations. The CIEC contributes so much to these efforts by focusing on educational opportunities & providing institutions & organizations opportunities to come together to discuss important issues & share information concerning new initiatives. This valuable networking opportunity ensures that as the relationship between India & Canada grows even stronger, both countries will see great benefits. With so many distinguished speakers addressing a range of issues, I have no doubt that this will be a very productive event for everyone attending. Please accept my best wishes for an informative & rewarding experience.

Premier Christy Clark, British Columbia


“I am looking forward to working with the Council promoting our services to iCARE Agents & establishing linkages with academic stakeholders.” – 2014

 Marcie Mealia Client Relationship Manager, Canada Pearson PTE Academic Testing


“Conferences, such as this one, are crucial to Canada-India relations, because they allow for growth and promoting knowledge between the two countries… I wish the 7th Annual Canada-India Synergy in Education Conference much success and hope all participants will thoroughly enjoy and enlighten themselves at this event.”

Hon. Deepak Obhrai, P.C., M.P., Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and for International Human Rights


I am pleased to extend my warmest greetings to those attending the launch of the Canada India Education Council and would like to commend the CIEC for their hard work and initiative.  On behalf of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, I would like to thank you for your commitment and valuable contributions to a diverse and pluralistic society.

The CIEC’s efforts to promote educational ties between Canada and India will greatly benefit the students and organizations they represent from both countries.  Education is essential to maintaining and strengthening our pluralistic society.  As Prime Minister Harper stated: ‘Pluralism is the principle that binds our diverse people together.  It is elemental to our civil society and economic strength.

Thank you for your dedication to building and strengthening our pluralistic society and I wish you all the best for a successful launch.

Hon. Jason Kenney, PC, MP Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism


“The conference will prove an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from each other about the evolving opportunities in the education arena.” – 2008

Hon. Joseph Caron, Canadian High Commissioner to India


“…I am pleased to greet the participants of Synergy III, which this year addresses, two of Canada’s largest trade partners for educational services: China and India.” – 2009

Hon. Stockwell Day, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway


Building on an established record of solid performance, CIEC brings people and institutions together effectively, efficiently, and intelligently. Knowledge of international conditions, strong networks and sensitivity to cultural differences enable CIEC to lead in creating dialogue and exchange between Canada and India…

Professor Roseann O’Reilly Runte President & Vice Chancellor Carleton University and Academic Advisor, CIEC


I first had contact with the Canada India Education Council (CIEC), less than one year ago. Based on a forty minute “cold call”, it became evident that if Fleming College wished to pursue a faculty recognized and supported professional development initiative in India, brokers, support and advice were required. Indeed, Fleming College received that and much more. In less than five months, not only has Fleming College gained membership to CIEC, we have just recently completed a faculty exchange with a ‘sister’ college in Mumbai. Now we are moving forward on the imaginative piece with the educational synergy that has taken place within the Canada/India corridor! CIEC on more than one occasion visited Fleming Campus to debrief outbound faculty, discuss logistics, assist in executing a tailor-planned international itinerary, as well as provide network coordinates to name just a few. Fleming College cannot begin to articulate the patience, assistance, time and enthusiasm that we have been so very fortunate to receive from CIEC.

On a personal note, Mr. Neemuchwala and Dr. Sheila Embleton have opened up a whole new professional engagement network.

L. Faith Ratchford, PhD Faculty Development Facilitator Fleming College


Durham College engaged the services of Canada India Education Council (CIEC) to assist in the planning and coordination of a trip to India for the purpose of meeting with student recruitment agencies and agents in the following cities: New Delhi, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai. The trip was well organized and was very productive for the College. The trip to India set the parameters in place that enabled the college to contract with an Indian company located in New Delhi to procure an office location for the College as well as employ a person who will act as the South Asia representative for Durham College throughout India.

Nevzat Gurmen VP/Finance, CFO Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology


Building on an established record of solid performance, CIEC brings people and institutions together effectively, efficiently, and intelligently. Knowledge of international conditions, strong networks and sensitivity to cultural differences enable CIEC to lead in creating dialogue and exchange between Canada and India…

Professor Roseann O’Reilly Runte President & Vice Chancellor Carleton University and Academic Advisor


Thank you for the great news…and all your effort and time for this process. We are very excited to have this for Edu World.

Sonal R Hariyaa Managing Director Edu World


Greetings from Valmiki Group. I would like to thank you & your team for your support and look forward to working closely with CIEC as this Council identifies legitimate and professional educational consultants and helps us in promoting Canadian education in India. As a member of iCARE, I also appreciate your assistance in strengthening our relationships with quality Canadian universities and colleges…

Ln. Surya Ganesh Valmiki Chairman and Managing Director Valimiki Group


We feel proud to be a member of CIEC and iCARE. With the support of Mr. Husain and Ms. Eva we’ve been able to finish the process of membership of iCARE. Looking forward to working closely with CIEC to promote Canadian education with more knowledge and skills…

Ritesh Desai CEO Reyna Overseas

 

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