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Published: 29th August 2016 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th August 2016 12:02 PM   |  A+A-

India’s Largest US Education Fairs to be held in September

This September, India’s largest US education fairs will be hosted in the four Indian cities which send the maximum number of students to the US in Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. These education fairs will bring together admissions officers from more than 40 American universities, and students aspiring to pursue higher education in the US Hosted by KIC UnivAssist, a leading organization for global education engagement, the education fair in Chennai will be held at the Taj Coromandel from 7 PM to 9 PM on Thursday, September 8. This is an incredible opportunity for students to meet and interact with representatives from US universities

 

Bollywood launch for La Trobe Education Program

campus.jpgLa Trobe University’s role in India’s ‘Educate the Educators’ program will promote a collaborative relationship where Australian and Indian teachers work together to address the educational needs of students with diverse abilities. The initiative has been supported by the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan Mobility Program, which is helping fund La Trobe education student visits to India for the next three years.  This year’s festival is a sponsor of India’s ‘Educate the Educators’ project. Vidya Balan is in Melbourne as a guest of the Festival.

 

National conference in Marine Biotechnology held at Hindustan College of Arts and Science

The National level conference on tangible benefits on Marine Biotechnology research in food , health energy and industrial sectors conducted by the department of biotechnology of Hindustan college of Arts and Science has brought together about 110 scholars and researchers from different parts of Tamil Nadu to understand and acknowledge the current and future development as well as challenges in blue biotechnology.

 

XLRI Students Win at Global Competition

campusa.jpgStudents of XLRI - Xavier School of Management, Jagruti Vojjala and Anunay Arora have won the International INF Challenge organized by Global Innovation Company – 3M. The global competition was held at 3M Headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA in July, 2016. 

The XLRI Student team was adjudged winner among competing B-School students from 13 other countries including Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, Japan, Panama, Poland, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, UAE and USA.

 

Photography Club Inaugurated at Prime College of Architecture

Prime College of Architecture and Planning inaugurated their Photography Club along with celebrating International Photography Day on August 19. A good photograph is one that communicates the fact, touches the heart, and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. The club is indeed proud in honoring the photographers on this occasion for their achievemens. Inter college competitions were also conducted.

 

KIIT College organised Orientation Programme

KIIT Group College, Gurgaon organised an orientation programme for the new students of B Tech, BBA and MBA for giving them guidance on the new academic session 2016. With this, students also provided other useful information regarding the classes as well as syllabus for their upcoming session. In the programme, details of faculty were given and queries were answered.

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