Noida International University (NIU) has inaugurated its Regional Admission Office in Kathmandu in collaboration with Espot International Education Consultancy, Nepal. In the morning, followed by the cake and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Noida International University Light Board at Espot-New Road Office, Professor (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj, Vice-Chancellor, Noida International University, and Rakesh Kumar Baidhya, Managing Director, Espot, jointly lit the auspicious candle at the newly opened office. The strategic expansion will acquaint local students with the courses, teaching methodology, and progressive learning approach adopted by the leading educational institute. A warm welcome was organised by Espot staff for the Noida International University delegation. In the evening, at The Malla Hotel, Lainchour-Kathmandu, Noida International University organised the inaugural ceremony to expand its reach and presence in the Pan-Asia region.
A glitterati event was organised to mark the landmark achievement in the history of Noida International University. Professor Prem Narayan Aryal, Vice-Chancellor, Pokhara University; Professor (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj, Vice-Chancellor, Noida International University; Akash Sharma, Director Admissions and Outreach; Ms. Alkananda Misra, Dy. Director Admissions and International Relations and Rakesh Kumar Baidhya, Managing Director, Espot International, were presented as chief guests at the formal inaugural ceremony to declare the inception of the new partnership. During the inaugural ceremony, Professor (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj, Vice-Chancellor, Noida International University and Professor Prem Narayan Aryal, Vice-Chancellor, Pokhara University, lit the lamp. After the lamp lighting ceremony, both the Vice-Chancellors announced that both universities would soon sign an MOU for Academic Collaboration. Ms. Alkananda Misra, Dy. Director Admissions and International Relations held the welcome speech at the beginning of the program. The program formally began by giving due respect to the national anthem of both the countries, Nepal and India. Noida is currently at the forefront of the choice of students who want to study in India. It is known as one of the best cities in India. With the growing IT and medical industry and other various sectors, Noida has become one of India’s richest and most planned cities with all the modern infrastructures and best in class amenities. We are extremely fortunate to collaborate with Espot Group for the educational exchange between the two countries. We foster learning in a contemporary yet eco-friendly setting that allows students to live, grow and perform. NIU’s campus keeps students’ well-being and future at the center of planning while creating a stimulating, safe, and holistic ecosystem, “said Professor (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj, Vice-Chancellor, Noida International University.
Mr. Rakesh Kumar, Managing Director, Espot Group, said that he is elated that his organisation has already started the need for providing quality educational services in Nepal with this tie-up. Students and parents can easily get services from this newly-launched office. To assert the good deeds and successful completion of the association in the future, Professor (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj handed over the token of appreciation to Professor Prem Narayan Aryal, and Akash Sharma gave it to Rakesh Kumar Baidhya. All the other chief guests gave the speech and wished for the success of Outset. Espot International Education Consultancy is an educational consulting agency that provides clients with various types of services to ease their migration and study abroad journey. Their most popular service includes the electronic Diversity Visa where they guide clients’ application process to ensure they are fully qualified and capable of achieving the Diversity Visa.
Established in 2010, NIU is a world-class university, whose 12 schools offer various multi-disciplinary programs in varied streams of Engineering, Management, Law, Medical, and Social Sciences. Their entrepreneurial attitude, cutting-edge resources, global outreach, and industry-oriented approach set them apart from other educational institutes.