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Hundreds participate in TNIE-KP education fair

Published: 01st July 2013 08:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st July 2013 08:13 AM   |  A+A-

Hundreds of students aspiring to join technical and management courses attended the ‘6Reves Education Fair’ organised by The New Indian Express and Kannada Prabha at Town Hall in Ajjarkad, Udupi on Sunday.

Over 30 educational institutions like Bangalore-based Alliance University, Jain University, Gupta Group of Institutions, PNS Institute of Technology, Sambhram Group of Institutions, Global Career Academy, Noble School of Business, P A College of Engineering and Dream Zone School of Creative Studies participated and provided useful information to students.

Director of 6Reves Yuvaraj said candidates who have registered their names at the fair will be provided with updates about the admission process and other required information through email.

Arundathi, who accompanied her daughter to the fair, told Express that as the selection and admission process for engineering colleges were too complex, such fairs would help in understanding the processes better. 

Avinash, a student of Vidyodaya PU College, aspiring to join a management course, said he had filled the registration form at the fair and was eager to keep in touch with the participating educational institutions via e-mail.

CEO of 6Reves C V Kiran Kumar, manager of Express Publications (Madurai) Limited, Mangalore branch, S K Das, marketing manager M Dhanuraj and circulation manager Sadashiv Rao were present on the occasion.

The 6Reves Education Fair-2013 will be conducted in 15 other cities in the state till the end of August.

Spot admissions, education loans, career counselling and attractive discounts on admissions will be offered at the fair. Experts will guide students on admissions.



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