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Achievers Academy conducts Educational Event
August 22, 2013, 5:11 pm
Achievers Academy organised an event making the parents more involved in the students’ academic life and promoting one to one interaction with the parents regarding various issues.  Achievers Academy  management and the faculty team  spoke on various opportunities for senior secondary students. The educational event lies in the belief that parents play a pivotal role in the occupational aspirations of their children. It is imperative to assist them in understanding the influence they exercise on the career development of their wards to enable them to provide constructive and knowledgeable advice. 
Students and parents in a packed auditorium asked questions regarding viability of different careers in India and abroad. Students were invited openly to speak about their experience during the program. Parents suggestions and queries were well attended by answered by the honorable Director of Achievers Academy, Mr. Ashish Jain and the faculty team leaders, Dr. Jayalakshmi and Mr. Abdul Rasheed.
 The parents of ex-students who made the academy really proud by entering in to the IIT India from Kuwait through the IIT-JEE entrance exam, at the very 1st time in the history of the Indians in Kuwait, were felicitated by the director, Mr. Jain.
Parents highly applauded the Director for his venture and the performance displayed by the faculty members of  Achievers Academy in the last four years via PowerPoint slides. They appreciated the crafted JEE Division at Achievers which closely moulds and crafts the aspirants with what they want to be, where they wish to go and how they want to make it. This common forum for interaction of parents and teachers so as to exchange feedback and jointly motivate the student to put in his/her best efforts.
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