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Assam Tribune Edufair ends in Dibrugarh

By OUR bureau

DIBRUGARH, May 22 � The Assam Tribune Edufair 2010, sponsored by Oil India Limited, came to an end this evening, with unprecedented number of students and guardians thronging the fair venue here today. The Edufair was held at four venues this year, and has been able to draw sizeable number of visitors at all the locations: Guwahati, Shillong, Silchar and here.

Yesterday, the Edufair here saw the attendance of more than two thousand visitors, while the number jumped to almost four thousand today. A majority of the students and guardians were scouting for engineering courses.

What has surprised the organizers is that there were very few inquiries for post graduate management courses, despite the fact that this stream has vastly diversified and is greatly beneficial for securing banking sector jobs. It is learnt that the banking sector would be recruiting heavily in the next couple of years. According to Indrajit Das of Impact Media � the Edufair event manager � this year�s Edufair had a rich collection of management institutes. He added that the management courses on offer included retail, event and celebrity management courses, citing these as emerging specialties.

On behalf of this newspaper group, our public relations officer, Ranadhi Sharma said he is grateful to Oil India Limited, Manav Rachna International University, all the co-sponsors and the participating institutes and service providers for making Edufair 2010 a greatly successful event.

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Assam Tribune Edufair ends in Dibrugarh

DIBRUGARH, May 22 � The Assam Tribune Edufair 2010, sponsored by Oil India Limited, came to an end this evening, with unprecedented number of students and guardians thronging the fair venue here today. The Edufair was held at four venues this year, and has been able to draw sizeable number of visitors at all the locations: Guwahati, Shillong, Silchar and here.

Yesterday, the Edufair here saw the attendance of more than two thousand visitors, while the number jumped to almost four thousand today. A majority of the students and guardians were scouting for engineering courses.

What has surprised the organizers is that there were very few inquiries for post graduate management courses, despite the fact that this stream has vastly diversified and is greatly beneficial for securing banking sector jobs. It is learnt that the banking sector would be recruiting heavily in the next couple of years. According to Indrajit Das of Impact Media � the Edufair event manager � this year�s Edufair had a rich collection of management institutes. He added that the management courses on offer included retail, event and celebrity management courses, citing these as emerging specialties.

On behalf of this newspaper group, our public relations officer, Ranadhi Sharma said he is grateful to Oil India Limited, Manav Rachna International University, all the co-sponsors and the participating institutes and service providers for making Edufair 2010 a greatly successful event.