Two-day education fair ‘Study in India’ kicked off on Monday at the port city’s Hotel Agrabad.
India’s top schools, colleges and universities are participating in the fair.
Assistant high commissioner of India Anindya Banerjee inaugurated the fair.
Indian AFAIRS Exhibition and Media Private Limited and Premiere Education Consultancy Firm A-Z of Dhaka jointly organised the fair with the help of Indian High Commission and India Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Anindya Banerjee said that India’s IT education was better than any other country and many IT graduates of India were working in renowned IT firms in the world.
There was no session jam in India and the education course was completed on time, he said, adding that Bangladeshi students got additional facilities in Indian educational institutions.
Around 50 leading educational institutes and universities of India are participating in the fair.
The fair will continue till 7:00pm on Tuesday.
Students of Bangladesh, who have completed their HSC, can talk to the fair authorities for admission.
Students can take admission in different subjects, including engineering, medical, paramedical, dental, nursing, biotechnology, pharmacy, IT, MBA, hotel management, journalism and architecture.
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