RHCVA Union in the land of Uniting cultures
When people from different countries meet, it’s not just the union of cultures but it’s something which reveals that the human beings belong to the same species distinguished by languages. Here Mr. Ijere Ude Ijere and Mr. Emeka from Nigeria and Mr. Mostafa Hamoda from Egypt met at one of the World’s Best Red Hat Training Partners, IPSR in India, the land of uniting cultures. There they began their journey to the new world of knowledge, together without failure.
“Beautiful India, Lovely Cochin with Interesting Experiences” – the tag Mr. Ijere Ude Ijere knot to the educational tourism package in God’s Own Country. Kerala, the state with highest literacy rate adds a crown of acquisition that it’s the paradise on earth draped by greenery everywhere. Infrastructure, facilities, faculty, hospitality and the training was designed to meet the global standards and the words reveal how delighted the trio felt deep inside. When perfect blend of quality and productivity comes in, the transcending joy proliferates.
The unexplored, unexplained joy what we feel deep inside when we meet people from far away continents is the fact that they are imbibing what we are conveying, whatever be it, whatever our mind speaks which is not even understood by our mates, at times. That’s what reveals the truth that our roots are tangled in between so strong that no hindrances of race or languages can break the bond.
The enlightening of the souls is possible only through knowledge. Here we share the ideas, exchange the views and it’s not just the learning process happening. But a varied process in which an entire personality is changed with along with career leap through the certification gained from the educational tourism programme offered here. “Before coming to India my friends told me that I’ll find India to be uncomfortable but I found it the other way, after I arrived here. The hospitality is great. I’ll be coming to India again”, Mr. Mostafa Hamouda specifies about India.
and precious in our hearts. The sweet reminiscences they take along with them
keeps Kerala close to their hearts not just for today or tomorrow but forever.