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Study in India Expo begins in city

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City Desk :
Curtain of two-day 'Study in India Expo' was raised on Friday in city's Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC). Dr. Adarsh Swaika, the Deputy High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh, inaugurated the event.
Prominent universities, colleges and boarding schools across India are taking part in the expo, which is scheduled to travel to Chattogram on Monday and Tuesday at Hotel Agrabad and Khulna on Thursday, July 26, at Hotel City Inn.
'Study in India Expo is being supported by the 'High Commission of India' and 'India - Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce'.  The expo is showcasing over 50 of India's leading universities, colleges and boarding schools 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.
Moreover, it is enabling students and parents to gather correct information on courses which are in demand, eligibility, course fees, installment options, and placement scope, among others.  Some of the participating Schools are Pathways World School (Delhi NCR), Mody School (Rajasthan), Mussoorie International School (Mussoorie), The Indian Public School (Dehradun), King's College India (Delhi NCR), The Sagar School (Rajasthan), Delhi Public School (West Bengal), Ecole Global International School for Girls (Dehradun), etc.
Some of the prominent universities and colleges participating in the fair are Amity University (Kolkata), Adamas University (Kolkata), Techno India Group (Kolkata), Institute of Engineering & Management (Kolkata), Brainware University (Kolkata), JIS University, (Kolkata), Vellore Institute of Technology, (Vellore), SRM Institute of Sciences & Technology (Chennai), Acharya Institutes (Bangalore), AIMS Institutes (Bangalore), Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (Gandhinagar), Sharda University (Delhi NCR), Manav Rachna (Delhi NCR), Mody University of Science & Technology (Rajasthan),Lovely Professional University (Punjab) and many such others.



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