The admission into engineering, medicine and agriculture colleges through the EAMCET-2012 will begin very soon with the results and ranks of entrance examination to be declared on June 30.
Majority of the students wishing to take up an engineering course are in a dilemma as how to choose a particular college or stream of engineering. To address the queries and doubts of the students, The Hindu Education Plus proposes to organise a career counselling programme State wide and as part of that the programme will be conducted in Vijayawada on July 1 (Sunday) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Khammam on July 3 (Tuesday) and July 4 (Wednesday) at Guntur.
Students opting for medicine or dental courses need to attend the counselling programme to be organised at Siddhartha Academy Auditorium on July 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. along with those aspiring for a seat in engineering or bio-technology. Experts will clarify all the doubts about what does a particular stream of engineering or medicine/dental courses entail.
The event will be organised only for Engineering seat aspirants at TTDC (Training and Technology Development Centre), Yellendu Cross Road in Khammam from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., while at Guntur also it will be organised for Engineering aspirants at Sri Venkateswara Vignana Mandiram, Opposite Hindu College.
This will make the choice of stream easier for students as they can come to a conclusion as to what really interests them and for their rank which courses would be on offer. Should one look a good college or a good course is the common question and such tricky ones would be answered threadbare.
Students need to register through e-mail or in person at The Hindu office at Autonagar in Vijayawada or contact 0866-2553033 for further details. A registration fee of Rs.100 will be charged and a career guide book will be given free to all those who register and attend the Career Counselling programme.
The presenting sponsor for the event is Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology, Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (Autonomous); TV Partner: TV 5; and Radio Partner: BIG FM 92.7.