TDT | Manama
The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com
Study in India Counselling Meet 2023 would once again reach out to the students of the Kingdom of Bahrain on November 24 and 25, 2023, at the Ramee Grand Hotel. It is organised by SAPE and supported by the Indian Embassy in association with the Laurels Centre for Global Education and media partner The Daily Tribune.
Students and parents will have the opportunity to meet the international directors of Indian universities from 10am to 8pm on both days. The focus of the event will be to “invite students to study in India under various scholarships”.
Study in India Counselling Meet will showcase 15+ of India’s highly ranked universities and colleges from different parts of the country. The officials of the institutions will be counselling students by helping them choose the right course and sharing updated and accurate information related to admissions.
Study in India Counselling Meet will provide students with a unique opportunity to make on-the-spot applications to the university or college of their choice and avail of up to 100% merit-based scholarships.
The participating universities include Christ College Bangalore, Manipal Global, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Jain Deemed-to-Be University, Reva University, DIT University, Chennai Institute of Technology, MIT World Peace University, Acharya, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, IIMB, etc.
Sanjay Thapa, Director of SAPE, said: “This event will give the students aspiring for college admission in 2024 thorough guidance on the courses, fee structure, college facilities, availability of scholarships, hostel facilities, and admission procedures. We are happy to bring the best-performing universities and colleges to this event, which will help the students in Bahrain plan a hassle-free higher education in India.
We invite all the parents of students in higher classes to utilise this opportunity to gather information and guidance in finding the best colleges for their wards.” For more information and to reserve appointments with the university officials, please contact 00973-36458340 or 0091-9830058408.
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