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Seminar on Higher Education at Mascot Hotel

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Educationists and planners from the state and overseas will discuss issues related to higher education at a seminar organised here by the Asian School of Business (ASB) in

Published: 10th January 2012 11:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:12 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Educationists and planners from the state and overseas will discuss issues related to higher education at a seminar organised here by the Asian School of Business (ASB) in partnership with Kansas University’s School of Management, a statement said.

 The seminar will be held at Mascot Hotel here on Wednesday at 10.30 am. Student representatives from Kansas University in the US and former students from the UK’s Warwick University and London School of Economics will be among the participants.

 The topic under discussion will be: ‘Elevating higher education to world-class standards.’ Planning Board Member G Vijayaraghavan, the founder CEO of Technopark; Prof S Rajeev, Director, Asian School of Business; and Prof Kissan Joseph of Kansas University will be on the panel.

 Erica Collins, president of the marketing club at Kansas University; Arnobio Morelix, a Brazilian student at the university’s School of Business; Vivek John; and Aditya Rajagopal will participate.



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