In­dia Ed­u­ca­tion Fair in Thim­phu

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One of the largest ed­u­ca­tion fair of In­dia has or­ga­nized its ex­hi­bi­tion in Thim­phu at the clock tower since yes­ter­day. In­dian Ed­u­ca­tion Fair (IEF) is one of a kind which gives chance to stu­dents choose the uni­ver­sity pro­vided var­i­ous de­gree cour­ses that stu­dents in their dif­fer­ent fields of ed­u­ca­tion.

This is the 9th IEF 2015 held in the cap­i­tal since yes­ter­day. The mem­bers of the ed­u­ca­tion fair says that Ed­u­ca­tion fair is the ca­reer fair, it is the old­est and most re­puted In­dia Ed­u­ca­tion Fair in this re­gion since max­i­mum of the Bhutanese stu­dents goes to In­dia for their fur­ther stud­ies.

The or­ga­nizer of the ed­u­ca­tion fair, Meena Kha­tri said, “We or­ga­nize this ed­u­ca­tion fair event an­nu­ally, not just in Bhutan but also over­seas.” This event helps stu­dents to se­lect their de­sired course to study they wish for, she said.

This fair in Bhutan has been pos­si­ble with the help of Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion of Royal Bhutan Gov­ern­ment of Bhutan. The or­ga­nizer added that, it is the largest con­sul­tancy where stu­dents can di­rectly come and con­sult about the uni­ver­si­ties in In­dia and choose col­leges ac­cord­ingly.

She also said that since this fair is di­rect con­sul­tancy there­fore par­ents of the stu­dents also could come along with their sons and daugh­ters to know about the col­leges and which uni­ver­sity af­fil­i­a­tion in var­i­ous parts of In­dia. This sys­tem is easy and ef­fec­tive too, she said.

There is also a chance to get spe­cial schol­ar­ship for Bhutanese stu­dents which is a great op­por­tu­nity for some top stu­dents and those who can­not af­ford to pay the dona­tions and also fees for their cour­ses.

The ex­hi­bi­tion con­sists of 36 uni­ver­si­ties from dif­fer­ent parts of In­dia. Stu­dents and par­ents were seen and con­sult­ing with the uni­ver­si­ties rep­re­sen­ta­tives yes­ter­day and to­day as well. Stu­dents from dif­fer­ent dzongkhags had also come for the 9th In­dia Ed­u­ca­tion Fair with teir par­ents.

Karma Chopel from Nangkor Higher Sec­ondary School, Pema­gat­shel said that he is very happy to ex­pe­ri­ence such kind of ex­hi­bi­tion. “We get to know about the cour­ses avail­able and since this fair is ca­reer ori­ented, it will help in many fields of work and our par­ents would know about the col­leges.

There is also a chance for Bhutanese stu­dents which will be or­ga­nized by the RIG­SUM In­sti­tute & mymis­sion­ad­mis­sion.com to come to the RIG­SUM in­sti­tute to talk with more than 100 re­puted col­leges in In­dia and get ad­mis­sion into your Dream Col­lege, get up 100 per­cent schol­ar­ships and also meet your pre­ferred col­lege dur­ing BCCI EDU FAIR on 6th and 7th March. There will be free coun­selling ac­cord­ing to the IEF mem­ber.

In­dia Ed­u­ca­tion Fair aims to give the scopes of fur­ther stud­ies in In­dia, they pro­vide the cour­ses that may match with present job mar­ket situa- tion in Bhutan and In­dia, the fees struc­ture for dif­fer­ent cour­ses mod­ules and fa­cil­i­ties pro­vided to stu­dents, the Fair has lots of uni­ver­si­ties choices in dif­fer­ent parts of In­dia at any cli­matic con­di­tions, the uni­ver­si­ties also will be rec­og­nized in Bhutan by Royal Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (RCSC) and they also pro­vide cour­ses for any scope avail­able for class 10 passed or class 12 failed stu­dents ac­cord­ing to the IEF pol­icy.

Mean­while, the 9th IEF Thim­phu 2015 was in­au­gu­rated by the Direc­tor Gen­eral of Adult and Higher Ed­u­ca­tion, Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion Tshe­wang Tandin.

The IEF is or­ga­nized by NUK Ka­reer (ed­u­ca­tion con­sul­tancy) with on­line part­ners Col­lege of In­dia and ed­u­fairon­line.com.

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