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Jishnu Prasanna Mukherjee, first secretary (Education) High Commission of India, Dhaka, inaugurates ‘STUDY IN INDIA’ expo at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the capital on Friday. Photo: Courtesy

‘Study in India’ Expo kicks off  in capital

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

A two-day long  ‘STUDY IN INDIA’  expo began at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC), in the capital on Friday, says a press release.  The event was inaugurated by Jishnu Prasanna Mukherjee, first secretary (Education) High Commission of India, Dhaka.

While inaugurating the expo, Jishnu Prasanna Mukherjee said, “India is a big brand all over the world. People come here from across the globe to take experience on many issues. Youth connection between Bangladesh and India should be made stronger to stronger. There is a lot of opportunity for Bangladeshi students to explore India on so many disciplines.”

‘STUDY IN INDIA’ expo will showcase over 40 of India’s leading universities, colleges and boarding schools from various parts of the country.

Some of India’s most renowned and high ranking boarding schools are participating at the expo this year. The participating schools will be offering wide range of curriculum options like International Baccalaureate (IB), Cambridge (IGCSE) and Indian boards like I.S.C.E and C.B.S.E. Some of the participating Schools are Kasiga School (Dehradun), Birla International School(Rajasthan), MIT Pune's Vishwashanti Gurukul (Pune), Ecole Globale International Girls' School (Dehradun), Delhi Public School( Durgapur), Aditya Academy Secondary (Kolkata), Redbridge International Academy (Bengaluru), Sanjay Ghodawat International School (Kolhapur), etc.  This expo will also travel to Chattogram on Monday & Tuesday at The Peninsula Hotel and Khulna on Thursday at Hotel City Inn.

‘STUDY IN INDIA’ Expo is supported by the ‘High Commission of India’ & India- Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry. The expo would also offer spot registration of admission on engineering, medical, paramedical, dental, nursing, biotechnology, pharmacy, IT, MBA, BBA, hotel management, journalism, architecture and many more subjects as per the admission procedure of the respective colleges.  ‘STUDY IN INDIA’ meet is being organised by AFAIRS Exhibitions & Media Pvt. Ltd., based in India in association with A2Z Study, a premier education consultancy based in Dhaka.

 

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