Students here at the education fair were guided from not notch educational institutes such as Singapore Institutes of Management, National College Ireland, campus France, Southern Institute of Technology New Zealand and Anglia Ruskin University and more.
This event was organized by a consulting agency VDIEC Inc, for overseas education services. Former Nalco CMD SK Tamotia inaugurated the event. He said; the endeavour will go a long way in helping Odia students realize their dream to study in offshore locales. "I hope this fair would be an one-stop solution for students to find quality education so that they become employable".
After liberalization in India, while the industry and service sector grew in leaps and bounds, the growth led to deterioration in the equality of education. As per recent research, only 21% of the students who have completed their professional course are employable", he added.
Students said that this was an eye-opener program to them. Being so excited an MBA aspirant said "When you talk to representatives of the institutions directly, you get to know a whole lot of things. Besides, it eliminated chances of getting cheated. The event was quite helpful."
Well, hoping it to be useful for such students Vishal Dixit, CEO, VDIEC said the fair was organized in order to facilitate students of Odisha explore opportunities abroad. "We are providing information and guidance that will enable students to choose the right option.