Map Higher Education Plan at Edex Edu Expo on March 26, 27

Published: 25th March 2016 04:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th March 2016 04:33 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Taking on the burning “what next” rhetoric that goes through the minds of all Class 12 students and their parents, the upcoming Edex Education Expo 2016 happening on March 26 and 27 in the city will bring a covenant of higher-education experts under the same roof to offer a wide platter of options to them.

The New Indian Express higher education expo will have experts talk on various subjects and provide tips on how to go about picking a course, and available options touching upon both conventional and off-beat studies.

Featuring several leading universities and colleges, the expo will have a slew of courses as part of its offing - medicine, engineering, technology, marine biology, animation among others.

Through interactions with university representatives and talks by education experts, students can get a coherent higher education plan mapped out for themselves well in time of the college applications that will start flying out, come summer.

Career guidance will also be a major topic touched upon by the speakers. Students from several institutions will also be exhibiting their projects at a special corner called the ‘innovation zone’ at  the sidelines of this expo, at the Chennai Trade Centre in Nandambakkam. The Edex Expo is being sponsored by a group of institutions including VIT University, Meenakshi group of institutions and Sakthi Mariamman Engineering College. For details, Contact 9282438120 and 9780667626.

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