The ‘Study in India’ fair, aimed at providing easy access for Bangladeshi students to prominent Indian universities and boarding Schools, kicked off in Dhaka on Friday.
When inaugurating the event, organised by the Indian High Commission in Dhaka at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre, Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla said: “The opportunity to go to study in India has opened a large door for Bangladeshi students to further improve their talent. It would be an excellent opportunity for Bangladeshi parents to provide a world class education to their wards at affordable costs in a comfortable and safe environment.”
Over 30 universities, colleges and residential schools from various regions of India gathered together at the fair, to allow students and parents of students aspiring to study in India the chance to speak to them directly.
Information on course fees, admission systems and course requirements are all available at the fair, while spot registration for admission to various courses in different Indian institutions are also on offer.
“Participating schools will offer admission from Standard II to XII with a choice between Girls Schools and Co-ed Schools,” High Commissioner Shringla added.
Providing words of advice for students attending the fair, Sanjeev Bolia, founder and MD of India-based education fair and convention organiser Afairs Exhibitions and Media Pvt Ltd, said: “Make an informed decision about your career and pursue a course only if you feel you have a knack for it and interest in it. ”
Afairs Exhibitions and Media Pvt Ltd, in collaboration with the Indian High Commission in Dhaka, provides premier education consultancy in Bangladesh.
Some of the prominent Indian universities and colleges participating in the fair are Sharda University, Amity University, SRM University, Acharya Institute, Manav Rachna University, Alliance University, Lovely Professional University, Mody University, Apeejay Stya University, and the AIMS Institutes.
The fair will conclude on Saturday, running from 10am to 5pm.