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China to introduce best practices adopted in Indian colleges

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In order to improve communications and employable skills of the students, China will take home some of the best practices followed in some
city colleges.

The country will also introduce B.com (BPS) with the help of TCS,
according to a expert team, which visited a city college here. TCS has tied up with four colleges, affiliated to Bharathiar University to offer a B.Com (Business Process Service), a special course to enter in the field of BPO and BPS,
which is a first of kind in this field and started in India.

A three member team from China, headed by Zhan Tongyu, Vice
President of Teaching of Boustead College, visited the colleges to observe the details about B.Com (BPS) and wanted to introduce the course in China with help of TCS.

The delegation said that China has taken many steps to improve
communication skills and wanted to further improve the proficiency in English, for which they have found some colleges in India, excelling in communications and academic, Tongyu said in a release here.

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