Set for a future bright

Gnana Degula

Set for a future bright

Education is the fundamental aspect of a country's development. Effort should be made to enhance the educational quality of our students. Receiving a proper and qualified education is everyone's desire. But there are many who experience
difficulties in accessing qualified education, either due to financial reasons, lack of preparation, or even an inability to obtain information.

On the other hand, there are institutions both domestic and global, that are available to provide various options, but the information cannot be reached by those who need it most. Gnana Degula-2009, presented by Deccan Herald and Prajavani, that was held last weekend, was designed to provide prospective students and professionals plenty of career options for their dream future, all at the Palace Grounds.

The expo showcased a whole range of options for those who wanted to make a decision about their career.  The expo appealed to candidates and professionals wanting to explore new, more fulfiling employment options and post-graduate students looking to expand their knowledge base and skills.

The expo was a great success with much participation and interactive seminars and each day more than a thousand students attended the sessions and the forum
included experts and academicians.

More than 8,000 visitors attended the exhibition and had a chance to meet
representatives from leading institutions. Visitors showed great interest in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate courses, especially engineering and information technologies, medicine and nursing, management and business administration, and animation. The sponsors were Garden City College, Amity University, Vydehi Institute of Medical Science and Research Centre, Acharya Institutes, Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Reva Group of Educational Institutions, Sambhram Institutions, and Wiztoonz Animation Academy.

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