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Turning ‘Aspirations’ into reality

This is the time of the year when students look for guidance. Guidance to choose the right course and embark on the right career. ‘Hindustan Times Aspirations 2010’ is here to do just that.

education Updated: May 26, 2010 09:29 IST

This is the time of the year when students look for guidance. Guidance to choose the right course and embark on the right career. ‘Hindustan Times Aspirations 2010’ is here to do just that. It is set to take place in the Capital on May 29 and 30, at The Ashok Hotel, Chankayapuri. The ‘Hindustan Times Aspirations’ is the oldest, most sought-after and much-awaited annual educational event.

The event will see a large number of leading national and international institutions taking part. This two-day educational extravaganza will provide aspirants a single gateway to an entire gamut of academic and professional courses available in India and abroad in various conventional and non-conventional streams.

The academic partner to the event is Amity University and associate sponsors are Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, and Sharda University.

Unlike in the past where students knew only about careers such as medicine, engineering or chartered accountancy, today various career options are available in variety of specialised fields. ‘Hindustan Times Aspirations 2010’ will present students with an opportunity to explore and evaluate a wide spectrum of courses ranging from academic to professional and vocational courses including advertising, animation, aeronautics, banking, biotechnology, computer training, engineering, fashion design, film technology, finance, graphic designing, hospitality and travel, information technology, insurance, interior designing, law, management, mass communication, medicine, research, sales, and many more. The exhibition will offer a wide selection of options ranging from graduation, post graduation, vocational, distance learning and part-time courses.

Apart from premier Indian colleges, many international institutes and consultants will present visiting students with information on the education scenario, visa norms, ‘earn while you learn’ opportunities and career prospects in various countries.

There would be no entry fee for the exhibition. HT stall will have free personalised counseling by Usha Alburqueque’s team and Jitendera Nagpal’s team.

The exhibition will also offer scholarship opportunities, on-the-spot admissions etc to the deserving students. It will give students direct access to the widest range of education providers.

Over the last nine years, the event has received overwhelming response from students, academicians, working professionals and education leaders across India and this time the event is all set to create a new benchmark.