Admission fair 2015: Students attend sessions in large numbers

Students seeking admission in higher education in various universities in India and abroad thronged the Admission Fair, 2015, on May 9, 10 for guidance from professional education councillors. In the two-days fair at Pragati Maidan, the students posed several queries to the councillors on career pursuance after Class XII. 

“There is a lot of information available everywhere but not all are relevant for students. We help students segregate myth from reality and help them focus to make a correct career choice,” said Zubin Malhotra, <g data-gr-id="27">counselor</g>. 

The platform offered students on-spot admissions in over 200 Under Graduate, Post Graduate and professional courses across India besides career assessment and <g data-gr-id="31">self talent</g> measuring. Counselling sessions are organised by Zubin Malhotra and Pervin Malhotra, India’s famed career counsellors, to address queries by students and parents regarding education from abroad, particular subjects and their scope in the future.  

Some of the universities participating in the fair were Amity University, Jamia <g data-gr-id="24">Humdard</g>, Sharda University, Manav Rachna Educational Institutes, and G D Goenka University.  

On the first day of the fair on May 9, students and parents lodged queries, interacted with university representatives to clear doubts and gathered relevant information regarding admissions in various universities. 

Various university stalls were put up in Hall No 8, 9 and 10 respectively at Pragati Maidan where the councillors interacted with students and their parents. “There is information available on the internet but this platform brings together a number of colleges under one roof and provides a human element for students and parents to interact and get clarifications on career queries personally,” said Sanjeev <g data-gr-id="34">Bolia</g>, founder, Managing Director-<g data-gr-id="35">Afairs</g> Exhibitions & Media Pvt. Ltd, organisers of the fair. 
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