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Students throng Tribune EduFair in Jorhat

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JORHAT, May 21 - Students of different colleges of �knowledge city� Jorhat as well as their parents thronged the two-day The Assam Tribune EduFair, 2016 at Tarajan Sanmilani Hall here which concluded successfully on Saturday.

For the first time, the career and educational fair was held in Jorhat for the benefit of the student community as it provided first-hand information and free counselling facilities of several reputed institutions of the nation under a single roof.

It was jointly organised by The Assam Tribune Group of Publications and Oil India Limited in association with the Royal Group of Institutions and Impact Media for the first time in Jorhat where 20 educational institutions of repute provided guidance to the students for various professional courses.

Most of the students were seen asking questions about the future prospects of the engineering, medical sciences and physiotherapy, management courses, besides the entrance examinations and fee structures of different institutions, while several others were eager to know more about the employment opportunities and placement facilities after completion of these courses.

�We received a good response from the students and their guardians in this education fair,� said Ashis Mohanty, head of business development of the Royal Group of Institutions.

Representatives from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Chandigarh University, PEWS Group of Institutions, BFIT Group of Institutions, Sharda University and many other educational instituitions said that students of Jorhat were keen to know more about the courses on offer and their prospects.

�For the first time the education fair was held in this city and we were overwhelmed by the enthusiasm shown by the student community along with their guardians,� said Indrajit Das, a senior official of Impact Media.

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Students throng Tribune EduFair in Jorhat

JORHAT, May 21 - Students of different colleges of �knowledge city� Jorhat as well as their parents thronged the two-day The Assam Tribune EduFair, 2016 at Tarajan Sanmilani Hall here which concluded successfully on Saturday.

For the first time, the career and educational fair was held in Jorhat for the benefit of the student community as it provided first-hand information and free counselling facilities of several reputed institutions of the nation under a single roof.

It was jointly organised by The Assam Tribune Group of Publications and Oil India Limited in association with the Royal Group of Institutions and Impact Media for the first time in Jorhat where 20 educational institutions of repute provided guidance to the students for various professional courses.

Most of the students were seen asking questions about the future prospects of the engineering, medical sciences and physiotherapy, management courses, besides the entrance examinations and fee structures of different institutions, while several others were eager to know more about the employment opportunities and placement facilities after completion of these courses.

�We received a good response from the students and their guardians in this education fair,� said Ashis Mohanty, head of business development of the Royal Group of Institutions.

Representatives from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Chandigarh University, PEWS Group of Institutions, BFIT Group of Institutions, Sharda University and many other educational instituitions said that students of Jorhat were keen to know more about the courses on offer and their prospects.

�For the first time the education fair was held in this city and we were overwhelmed by the enthusiasm shown by the student community along with their guardians,� said Indrajit Das, a senior official of Impact Media.