HT Education Fair to answer all your queries
Don’t know if Economics is better for you or English? Should you work after college or go for further studies? Don’t worry, help is at hand.delhi Updated: May 27, 2010 23:27 IST
Don’t know if Economics is better for you or English? Should you work after college or go for further studies? Don’t worry, help is at hand.
Hindustan Times Aspirations 2010, an educational fair, aims to answer all your college and course related queries on May 29 (Saturday) and May 30 (Sunday) at the Ashok Hotel, Chanakyapuri.
Free personalised counselling will be provided to each student by well-known career counsellors, Usha Albuquerque and Jitendra Nagpal at the Hindustan Times stall on both days.
A large number of national and international institutions will be present at the two-day event to provide aspirants a single platform to voice their concerns, get answers and also learn about the opportunities in India and abroad.
The fair will have information about both professional and academic as well as conventional and non-conventional courses. Booths of international universities and colleges will have information about education scenario, visa norms, ‘earn while you learn’ opportunities and career prospects in respective countries.
Entry to the fair is free. On-the-spot admissions and scholarship opportunities will also be provided to deserving students. For those who want to know more about courses at DU, special Campus Calling sessions will be held on Saturday. The queries will be handled by experts from the university between 10:30 am and 2pm.