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Indian Education Exhibition 2014 - 7th Successful year
January 13, 2014, 11:43 am
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Indian Education Exhibition 2014, being held at the Holiday Inn in Kuwait on 24 and 25 January, is a one-stop information event for learning about the variety of professional and vocational courses that NRI  and Kuwait students can pursue in reputed institutions of higher learning in India.

Students, along with their parents will get an opportunity to personally interact with college administrators and professors, to know about the variety of educational programs available in India.

The exhibition displays attractive options available to NRI and other students from Kuwait and beyond to obtain undergraduate 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.

This exhibition will have nearly 20 leading Indian Exhibitors with more than 75 institutions under them, offering over 200 programs. Some of the leading institutions participating in the exhibition are: Anna University, SRM University, Hindustan University, Datta Meghe Medical Science University and KJ Somaiya Group of Institutions among others. All the participating institutes are recognized by the AICTE, UGC and respective government bodies in India.

The profile of the participating institutes include: International Schools / Universities / Deemed Universities / Engineering Colleges / Medical Colleges / MBA & Management / B -Schools / Distance Education / Pharmacy & Nursing / Bio Informatics / Information Technology / Colleges offering Higher education in Arts & Science / Hotel Management & Catering Technology / Post Graduation & Research / Diploma Studies/ International Schools /Unique and specialized programs. The exhibition also offers free educational counseling, registration and admissions from school level to research programs.

Visitors to the show will get an opportunity to interact with the faculty members and officials of the leading educational institutions, get updated information, fee structure, eligibility criteria and programs which are currently in high demand; few of the institutions are also offering spot admissions. Information about personality development, communication skills and demanding IT courses and programs will be available at the venue, for which students would otherwise have to travel and spend time and money.

The exhibition is organized by Indus Fairs & Events (India) Pvt. Ltd, and Response Events and Exhibitions, Kuwait and co-sponsored by Manipal Institute of Higher Learning. Indus group established in the year 1995 is engaged in organizing trade shows and exhibitions in India and Abroad. The exhibition has become an annual affair and quite popular among the NRIs in Gulf region.

India is fast becoming a major economic power in the world today. And if its growth trend continues for some more years, it would soon be playing a major role in the world economy along with China. This in itself has been a major cause of attraction for many international students. Moreover, India’s successful stint with has also been a major magnetic force for scholars around the world. However, apart from getting to know India, there are other advantages that are attracting students to study in India, including low cost, quality education and financial assistance.

It is well known that the cost of education in India is quite low as compared to many other countries of the world. Moreover, various scholarships, education loans and other financial aids are now available for studying in India today.

But the greatest draw for students to India is the high quality of education provided. While the quality of education is not uniform throughout the length and breadth of the country, there are educational institutes in India that provide world class education. The government of India is also speeding up the efforts to establish more institutes that can offer quality education in India.

 

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