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International education fair in Shimla

Baldev S Chauhan  |  Shimla 

Those who wish to study across the country and overseas will get a chance to interact with consultants of top educational institutions at an international education fair in this popular resort town of Himachal Pradesh, early next week.
Organisers of the 34th international education fair term the event as the "north Indian crescent tour" as it enters the last leg in Shimla after interacting with students in the past week at three fairs held in three other prominent cities in the region"" Chandigarh, Ludhiana and Jammu.
Global Events & Expositions, the country's premiere education fair organiser is holding the two day fair starting today (January 24).
It claims to have already organised such international education fairs in the country to raise the awareness level among students. Siddharth Jain, chief marketing (operations), said, "Right guidance is crucial to start a career for students. "
"With the rapid globalization of world economies it has become imperative for the Indian students to get the best of education," he said.
"With over 50 participants, from various parts of India the series of education fairs is helping provide accurate and latest information on professional courses and career options available including management, computer education, medical, fashion, multimedia, hotel management, tourism, air hostess training, graphic design, beauty care, polytechnics, language courses, call centers training among others," he added.
"Information will also be provided on various banks providing education loans at the special-counseling sessions and there is also a possibility of on the spot loans for deserving students," Jain said.
The fair is being supported by C ""Tech Enterprise (Canada), US Journal, World Education Tour among others,organisers claim.
Some of the educational consultants will provide detailed information about making it to top foreign Institutions in Europe, North America and Asia. Apart from institutions all over India.

First Published: Wed, January 25 2006. 00:00 IST