Career Launcher To Host a Free Workshop

Published: 25th June 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th June 2015 12:41 AM   |  A+A-

QUEEN'S ROAD: Career Launcher, an edu- corporate, is hosting a symposium on international education, law, BBA and chartered accountancy. The symposium is open to class X, XI, and XII students and will be held on June 28 at Vijaya College in Jayanagar. The four-hour symposium will start at 9 30 am and will touch upon different aspects of SAT and international education options for undergraduate students.

This workshop saw the participation of over 350 students last year from diverse streams like science, commerce and humanities.

This year, Career Launcher is expecting over 500 students to be a part of the event. Topics like the importance of research and innovation in schools, how to get admission into  top law and BBA colleges, life in top colleges, chartered accountancy and international opportunities will be discussed at the workshop.

The speakers for the event include  Dr R Shivaraman who derives his expertise in a broad range of topics from his experience at Carnegie Mellon University, SRM university and Bhabha Atomic research centre and Praveen Dwarakanath  from IIM Lucknow.

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