Education Plus career counselling on April 15

It will be held at Hotel Ramyas in Tiruchi

Updated - April 06, 2016 05:45 am IST

Published - April 06, 2016 12:00 am IST - TIRUCHI:

The wait is over for students looking to take informed decisions on their career choices.

The much-awaited The Hindu Education Plus career counselling session will be held at Hotel Ramyas in the city on April 15.

The event aims at helping students and parents make informed decisions on higher education and career. It would feature sessions by eminent educationists and academics on opportunities in higher education and the requirements of the industry.

The gathering of students and parents can interact with the speakers after each presentation. The session had been designed to enlarge the students’ perspective on higher education and career opportunities.

The programme would be inaugurated by the V. Arun Roy, Registrar and Vice-Chancellor (in-charge), Tamil Nadu Law School.

Prominent speakers are lined up to speak on various topics during the day-long event.

Ramesh Prabbha, Chairman, Galaxy Group of Companies; V. Badrinath, Dean, School of Management, SASTRA University; Kyung Tae Kim, Professor, Kalasalingam University; and S.T. Valliappan, motivational speaker, would handle sessions on a range of topics.

SASTRA University, Thanjavur, is the presenting sponsor of the event powered by Kalasalingam University. Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Group of Institutions and K. Ramakrishnan College of Engineering are associate sponsors.

The sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 15 at Hotel Ramyas near the Central Bus Stand.

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