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The 9th edition of India Education Exhibition to showcase top Indian universities
January 3, 2016, 5:21 pm

The 9th edition of the annual India Education Exhibition will be held on 15 and 16 January 2016 from11am to 8pm at the Ramada Hotel Al Riggae. The two-day India Education Exhibition 2016 will highlight the best of Indian Education at some of the top Indian universities and bring together leading education experts and practitioners, providing NRI students and parents an opportunity to interact one-on-one with academic heads of various institutions across India.

Despite the availability of information on websites, interaction with academic heads and professors in person is still considered the best source of information for parents and students when it comes to deciding which field of study to opt for. The exhibition will provide details concerning courses available in various universities and colleges, the fee structure, job opportunities and placements.

Information on more than 100 courses which are in demand and scholarships information for NRI students will also be available during the event. The India Education Exhibition is the best opportunity for students in Kuwait to avail of quality guidance on their education pursuits.

The universities participating in the exhibition include Manipal University India, as co-sponsor of the event, as well as Anna University, Hindustan University, DY Patil University, Datta Meghe Medical University, NITTE University, KJ Somaiya Institutions, Thapar University, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, SDME Group, MVJ Institutions and Jain International School.

For the first time in Kuwait, a seminar on ‘Career Counseling Dos and Don’ts’ will be held by distinguished career counselor Sreevidhya Santhosh. The seminar will provide in-depth information about courses and vital information about studying in India for students and parents. More than 10,000 students have benefited from attending seminars conducted by Ms. Santosh, gaining knowledge and expertise to successfully plan their future.

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