Mar 06, 2013 (LBO) – An education fair with the participation of institutions from Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu as well as a consultancy has opened in Sri Lanka’s Jaffna city, India’s High Commission (embassy) in Colombo said. The Indian Education Fair-2013 had been inaugurated by G A Chandrasiri, the Governor of the Northern Province in a ceremony attended by V Mahalingam, Consul General of India.
The Indian High Commission said in addition to eight education institutions, Educational Consultants of India Limited (EdCIL), a state agency that represents 127 schools and 50 different courses was taking part in the fair.
“The participating institutions in the Education Fair represent some of the finest in
their fields,” the High Commission said.
“This event would provide the students an opportunity to personally interact
with them to seek educational guidance and career planning.
“Some colleges at the Education Fair are making on-the-spot offers of enrolment into Indian colleges to eligible students.”
India also provides scholarship to Sri Lankan students.
Ministry of Higher Education of Sri Lanka and the High Commission of India in Colombo
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