While kick starting their campaign of reaching out to the areas where students are equipped with good academic potential, RBMI group of institutions today met with various stake holders in the education sector of the state and presented their case of what they have been achieving academically in their institutions situated in Greater Noida and Barielly, and how can Kashmiri students become an active part of it.
While addressing the gathering and praising Kashmiri students, Director, RBMI, Dr. Vibha Singh said that “it is the talent in Kashmir that compelled us to come here and we want to expose your kids to the numerous opportunities present out there.”
According to her, there are some Kashmiri students that are on the rolls of their institutions and have been performing well. “Some among them are the toppers in our college,” she said.
Gathering was attended by the owners of leading Educational Consultancies of Kashmir region.
RBMI claims to have placed all the students who were on rolls of their institutions in different MNCs operating in India. And according to them, it has been organizing one of the largest placement fair in North India for last 10 consecutive years, with participation of more than 70 leading MNCs, where, as per them, more than 1500 students were placed every year.
The major institutions that RBMI is operating are: Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Rakshpal Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Rakshpal Bahadur College of Pharmacy, Rakshpal Bahadur Teachers Training Institute in Barielly, Uttar Pradesh. In addition to this they are also running Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute in Greater Noida, Delhi NCR.
RBMI is offering many courses like: MBA, MCA, B.Tech, B. Pharma, D. Pharma, BBA and BCA.
In her concluding remarks, Dr. Vibha said that “given the environment that is prevailing in India, I assure those parents who are willing to send their wards to our institutions that we will take care of total security of your wards, and will ensure they will get a quality and education, and then a satisfying placement.”