By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, April 30: The 13th Guwahati Edufest is on May 1 and May 2, 2015 at the TRP Indoor Stadium, Nehru Stadium Complex, B Borooah Road.
The free entry career fair will be open on both the days from 11 am to 7 pm where students appeared in or passed Higher Secondary examitions can meet and discuss with the authorized persons representing the top universities like University of Leeds (UK), Webster University, Dayand Sagar, Apejay Stya, Amity University, Alliance University, Indira Institute of Magement, Sikkim Manipal University (Sikkim) etc. Like before, the 13th Guwahati Edufest will provide the aspiring youths of Northeast India with all the important information related to studies of Engineering, MBBS, Dentistry, MBA, BBA, Animation, Retail Magement, Fashion Designing, TV Jourlism etc.
"This is the 13th edition of Edufest, and we are privileged to once again bring leading educatiol institutes from India and abroad to the doorstep of students here," said Kaushik Barua of Lynchpin, organizer of Edufest and pioneer of career and education fairs in the Northeast.
"Our exhibitions are regarded by the student community and parents as the most trustworthy exhibitions in the region as only accredited, top quality institutions from India and abroad participate directly," he added.
Lynchpin fairs, Barua said, are attended by intertiol government bodies such as British Council, USIEF and Royal Thai and world class educatiol institutes such as University of Melbourne and Asian Institute of Technology. In a decade, more than 200 top Indian and global institutes have participated in Edufest, considered the most comprehensive interaction forum for finding out within a comfort zone which course in which institution suits a student best.
"We have been participating in Lynchpin's exhibitions over the past few years and have found them to be very useful in reaching out to students of the Northeast and making them aware about UK education opportunities. These exhibitions are very professiolly organized," said Mari Gandhi, education head of British Council, Kolkata.