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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Canadian High Commissioner Stuart Beck visited Chief Secretary K Jayakumar to discuss matters related to education, IT, tourism and waste disposal. They discussed the possibility of utilising Canadian expertise in these fields in Kerala. 'The government is thinking of pushing Kerala to the next level in IT field. Kerala has to go forward from the present BPO phase in IT field and is taking necessary steps in this regard,' the Chief Secretary said. On the basis of this observation the state would hold extensive discussion with Canada in the coming days. An expert team from Canada will visit Kerala within a few weeks. They would be detailed several projects and vision aimed at the overall development of the state. The Chief Secretary said a team from Kerala would visit Canada to study more about different projects, if necessary. The Canadian team was also invited for the upcoming Emerging Kerala meet. They accepted the invitation and said they would send a high-level team to the state prior to the meet.

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