Dr.Kiran Bedi, first and the highest ranked woman in the Indian Police Services (IPS) and at United Nations (UN) would be interacting with the students of Aryans Group of Colleges (AGC), Chandigarh on 22nd January 2011. She would be Chief Guest and key note speaker in a seminar on “In Search of Civility: Broom & Groom India” to be held at SD College, Sector-32, Chandigarh at 3:00 PM onwards. Mr.Pavan Choudary, Author, TV Host, Management Guru and CEO & MD, Vygon would be the Guest of Honor. A book named “Broom & Groom” would also be launched on the occasion.
Giving this information to the media, Dr.Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that those who are interested in interacting with Dr.Bedi, may collect the entry passes for the event from Aryans Group, Village- Nepra (Banur), Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, Near Chandigarh or Dainik Bhaskar’s office, Sector-25, Chandigarh. They may also apply online through the website- www.aryans.edu.in, may also send mail at email@example.com or call at 98762-99888 to get the passes.
It is to be mentioned that Aryans Group has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dr.Kiran Bedi’s Navjyoti India Foundation. As per the MoU, few deserving students from all the courses would be selected by Dr.Kiran Bedi and her Navjyoti team. The selected students would be paid for education by the Aryans group. Dr.Bedi would be attending Aryans event for the third time.
The Initiative of Aryans group to Broom & Groom the most civilized city, Chandigarh is remarkable step towards the development of new era. It is not only the author’s dream but also their mission to create an empathetic society that builds a well-groomed nation which proudly stands shoulder to shoulder with the rest of the world. Through Broom & Groom Kiran Bedi and Pavan Choudary have made their move and now await people’s action.
It is worth mentioning that Dr.Kiran Bedi got posted as the Inspector General of Police of Chandigarh. She brought a kind of revolution with her to the city beautiful. Having been a Postgraduate student there at the Punjab University, she knew the city by heart. She is popularly known as ‘Crane Bedi’.