Parents and children thronged the India Education Exhibition 2015, a one-stop information event on professional and vocational courses available from leading Indian educational institutions.The exhibition provided students with an invaluable opportunity of exploring the vast potential presented by higher-education institutions in India.
The two-day event was inaugurated on Friday, 9 January, at the Ramada Hotel in Al-Riggae and ended on 10 January. Organized by India-based Indus Exhibition and Response Events and Exhibitions in Kuwait, the Indian Education Exhibition 2015, was a great success and students eager to pursue their higher education in India benefited greatly from their one-on-one sessions with representatives from premier education institutes in India.
The eighth iteration of India Education Exhibition showcased various attractive options available to students from Kuwait and beyond. At the exhibition, students and their parents interacted with college administrators and professors from participating institutions to learn in-depth about the different educational programs on offer. Students who visited the show could obtain insight into graduate and post-graduate degrees in various disciplines, including medicine, engineering, business management, marketing and communications, arts and science, hospitality & hotel management and Allied Health Sciences.
Joseph Alapatt arrived with his family to review universities and he said of the exhibition: “We are in the process of gathering information and we have visited a lot of other exhibitions. We met a few representatives of the institutions and saw the cost, curriculum and entry criteria. Also, the seminar, which was held as part of the exhibition was very helpful.” The general consensus among visitors was that the exhibition offered a variety of choices and substantial information on higher learning in India.
Many institutes of higher learning in India are on par with their Western counterparts, and offer a competitive fee structure that has also attracted many foreign students to the country. Moreover, education is a sector that is very strong in India and university standards are maintained steadily in order to retain their certification from government.
Co-sponsored by the renowned Manipal University, the India Education Exhibition 2015 had the participation from 15 leading Indian educational establishments, which between them featured over 75 institutions offering more than 200 programs. Besides Manipal University some of the other leading institutions participating in the educational exhibition included, Anna University, DY Patil University, Thapar University, CMR University, Hindustan University, DattaMeghe Medical Science University, KJ Somaiya Group of Institutions and Vishwakarma Institutions. The exhibition also offered free educational counseling, as well as registration and admissions from school to research programs.