Study in India expo held in Chattogram

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:00, Jul 24,2019 | Updated: 00:07, Jul 24,2019


Assistant Indian high commissioner Anindya Banerjee inaugurates ‘Study in India Expo’ at Peninsula hotel in Chattogram on Monday. — Press release

After the success of ‘Study in India’ expo in Dhaka, the ‘Study in India Expo’ was held at Chattogram on Monday and Tuesday at The Peninsula Hotel.

The expo was supported by the high commission of India and was inaugurated by assistant high commissioner Anindya Banerjee of the assistant high commission of India in Chattogram, said a press release.

‘Study in India’ expo will showcase over 30 of India’s leading universities and colleges from various parts of the country, providing easy and direct access to Bangladeshi students and parents to meet face-to-face with the admission authorities of the participating Indian institutions in a friendly and informal atmosphere in order to seek authentic and transparent information, said the release. 

Moreover, it will enable students to gather information on courses which are in demand, eligibility, course fees, installment options and placement scope, among others.

The expo would also offer spot registration of admission on engineering, medical, paramedical, dental, nursing, biotechnology, pharmacy, IT, MBA, BBA, hotel management, journalism, architecture and many more subjects as per the admission procedure of the respective colleges.

Some of the prominent Universities and Colleges participating in the expo are Amity University (Kolkata), Adamas University (Kolkata), Brainware University (Kolkata), JIS University, (Kolkata), SRM Institute of Sciences & Technology (Chennai), Acharya Institutes (Bangalore), AIMS Institutes (Bangalore), Lovely Professional University, Aditya Educational Institutions (Kakinada), Sharda University (Delhi NCR), Manav Rachna Educational Institutions - Delhi NCR, Marwadi University (Gujarat), KiiT University (Bhubaneswar), NSHM Knowledge Campus (Kolkata) and many such others.

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