Indian education fair ends today

Staff Correspondent

12 July, 2019 12:00 AM printer

A two-day fair titled ‘Sape Indian Education Fair-2019’ ends today at KIB Convention Centre in the city’s Farmgate area.

The event which will continue until 6:00 pm is open to all. Sape Events and Media Private Limited arranged the education fair for the sixth time.

About 50 schools, colleges and universities of India including Assam Down Town University, Adamas University, JIS Group in Kolkata, India International School Bangalore, ITM University, Sharda University in Delhi, APG Shimla University and Geeta Group of Institutions have set up their stalls in the fair.

The representatives of the educational institutions and agents of Bangladesh are providing information necessary.

Founder and managing director of Sape Events and Media Private Limited Sanjay Thapa said, “India is providing not only quality education but also building future of students at lower expenses than any other countries. So learners can choose India if they want to receive an education from any foreign countries.

“We have also been arranging such fair in Nepal, Bhutan, Thailand and some other countries of South Asia for the last few years. The students of Bangladesh can know about study in India in detail at the fair.”

There are also opportunities for scholarships and spot admission for Bangladeshi learners with lottery system to win laptops.