Two-day Career Expo at Indian School Bahrain

Ronald D F D’Souza
Daijiworld Media Network – Bahrain (GA)

“As simple as it sounds we all must try to be the best person we can by making the best choices, by making the most of the talents we have been given”
Mary Lou Retton

Bahrain, Dec 20: The Carrer Expo – Horizons 2008 opened to the parents and students at
10.00 am at the Indian School – Bahrain by Dr Venkatachalam Johnadula chairman along with the principal and committee members. There are about 20 Universities from Gulf and India participating for the Educational Career Exhibition.

The new committee has taken a wise step by exposing the educational career exhibition to the children. Most of the parents do agree that these type of exhibitions will help their children to select their future, instead of getting confused or unsure about ‘what to do’, ‘where to do’ and ‘why to do’ at the end of their schooling.

The career expo will be for two days i.e. December 19 and 20 at Indian School Bahrain from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm. For more details to contact Jony George on 00973 3966 2708 or Valsamma Daniel on 00973 3933 6219.

The participating Educational Institutes are:

Ahlia University – Bahrain
Al Amal Institute – Bahrain
Al Saffar Group – Bahrain
Bahrain Training Institute – Bahrain.
Birla Institute of Technology – Bahrain
Christ University – Bangalore – India
Ernst and Young Training – Bahrain
Campus France (Embassy of France)
Global Institute Management – Bahrain
Hindustan Group of Institutions – Chennai – India
Heriot Watt – university – Dubai U A E
IDP Australia – Bahrain
Manipal University – Manipal – India And Dubai
AMA International University – Bahrain
Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering Chennai – India
Vit University – Vellore – India
Gulf University – Bahrain
Nitte Educational Trust – Mangalore – India
Viswakarma Institute – Pune, India.


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