Students and counselors interacting during the 5th edition of Edu Fair organized by EduCentre, Nagaland at Hotel Acacia, Dimapur on June 22. (Morung Photo)
EduCentre career counseling program held in Dimapur
Morung Express News
Dimapur | June 22
Pursuing higher education, oriented towards skill-based courses, in Nagaland is still at a nascent stage. In this context, EduCentre, Nagaland held its 5th Edu Fair at Hotel Acacia on June 22 for students of Dimapur who had recently completed their undergraduate exams.
Lezo Putsure, a member of the EduCentre career counseling team told The Morung Express that the main objective of the event was for the students to come and get access to information about the different colleges and universities that offer varieties of professional courses across India.
The event witnessed a considerable turnout of close to 300 students from different educational institutions in Dimapur.
“Most of the students came voluntarily on their own after knowing about the event through our social media pages on Facebook and Instagram,” mentioned Atsung, in-charge of social media marketing, EduCentre.
Students were provided with various counseling sessions from officials working in institutions such as NGF, College of Engineering and Technology, Haryana; Guru Nanak University, Hyderabad; Bharat Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai; Manav Rachna University, Haryana; Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust, Pune; Krupanidhi Group of Institutions, Bangalore; ASM College of Commerce, Science, Information & Technology, Pune; Geeta University, Delhi NCR; Acharya Bangalore B-School; VJIM Institution; and Pacific University, Rajasthan. The courses included, management, engineering, hotel management, arts, commerce, IT, medicine etc.
“The turnout has been amazing, we’ve done a lot of fairs in the past but this has been one of the best walk-ins that have happened,” Putsure further noted. Edu Fair will have its next destination at Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh which will be on June 25 as Putsure states that the team had received numerous inquiries from students living in that state.