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Haryana offers services of doctors, drivers to Canada

Posted on Feb 05, 03:06PM | UNI

Chandigarh, Feb 4 : Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today offered the services of doctors, drivers and trained manpower for Manitoba province of Canada.

This offer was made by Mr Hooda during his meeting with Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger and members of the delegation led by him as they called on him in New Delhi.

Mr Hooda said drivers of Haryana are well known for their skills and enterprise. Haryana has three prestigious driving schools functional in Kaithal, Bahadurgarh and Rohtak.

In case any special training is needed for the drivers, as per the requirements of Canada, their training can be upgraded accordingly.

Similarly, about doctors of India, Mr Hooda said they are going to US, UK and other countries and are doing well there.

However, for filling up the gap of syllabus, let Canada provide us the syllabus and they will be trained accordingly. As such, the doctors will not have to go for further studies in Canada, which will save them a number of years.

Mr Selinger also offered collaboration in the field of hydropower and said Manitoba had sufficient expertise in this field.

He evinced keen interest in hydropower project which Haryana had signed with Bhutan.

Mr Hooda said Haryana would be making investment for the project and will get power in return from Bhutan.