Press Release: $1,000,000 Donation to SickKids Foundation as AVAAL Celebrates its 20th Anniversary Read Now
26 Apr 2009
Starting Top Left - Manan Gupta (Road Today Magazine), Dara Nagra ( Avaal Technology Solutions), Vishal Gupta (Road Today Magazine), Major singh Nagra (Wattan Newspapers), Sukhvinder Singh Aulakh, Balwinder Bajwa, Abheyjeet Brar, Bivek Abhi, Amjad Nadeem, Md, Zahed Solaiman, Adit Jani (Avaal Technology Solutions), Dr. Ranvir Sharda (Voice Radio),
Starting Bottom Left - Tariq Nasim (Caravan Media Group), Swaranjeet Cheema, Vicky Dhillon (Counselor of Brampton Ward #9 & 10), Kamalpreet Grewal, Darshan Singh (Principal Shavilik Public School).
Brampton, ON -- December 31, 2006 - Avaal embarks on its momentous 11th successful graduation ceremony which featured guest personalities from all over the national media frontier. In one of Avaal’s most prolific events, Dr. Ranvir Sharda from Voice Radio presided over the ceremony and announced Avaal’s latest plans for global expansion and upcoming projects that are currently under development. Mr. Vicky Dhillon, the chief guest of honor articulated an inspiring speech to graduating students about his life experiences and some of the hardships he has had to face throughout his career. Students were given the opportunity to present questions to the Counselor regarding their future plans in the transport industry. Mr. Sharda, Mr. Dhillon and Avaal C.E.O Dara Nagra presented certificates to graduating students of the program and wished them success in pursuit of their future endeavors.
Many media personalities were present to witness the occasion, including Tariq Nasim of Caravan Media Group, Major Singh Nagra of Wattan Newspaper, Gursimrat Singh Grewal of Punjab Star and Manan Gupta of Road Today magazine. To commemorate the highest achieving student in the program, Major Singh Nagra presented a 24-hour gift radio to Bivek Abhi, who thankfully accepted the gesture. Mr. Gupta offered students a free life-time subscription to the Road Today magazine upon completion of the ceremony. As a final token of appreciation, students were provided a complementary lunch, courtesy of the Avaal staff who enthusiastically served students and guests alike.
For information: http://www.avaal.com or