"About 30 prestigious education institutes from National Capital Region, including Delhi University, Guru Govind Singh Indrapratha University, Mysore University, Mewar University, Eternal University, Amity University, Ansals University and Goenka University are likely to participate in the fair. "
New Delhi, May 28 - Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee will organise a career guidance fair from June 6-8 with a view to guide students, particularly from minority communities, to take right education and job decisions.

President of Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee Manjit Singh G.K said leading institutions and several ministries of the government, including minority affairs, commerce, and human resource development would set up stalls at the three-day event.

These institutions will guide students to get admissions in education institutes affiliated with them according to their aptitude, interest and capability. No money will be charged from the students and parents for their participation.

The event will be organised at Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib. It will be particularly useful for students in the 9th to 12th classes.

The parents and students particularly belonging to minority communities will also be educated about the soft loan opportunities available to them from various central govt institutions and other organisations on lower interests rates for various academic courses, Singh said in a statement.

Around 20,000 students and parents are likely to attend the event.

About 30 prestigious education institutes from National Capital Region, including Delhi University, Guru Govind Singh Indrapratha University, Mysore University, Mewar University, Eternal University, Amity University, Ansals University and Goenka University are likely to participate in the fair.

Counselor of these education institutions will guide and help the students regarding various career options available to choose the suitable and employable courses keeping in view of their talent and interest so as to make them successful in academic and practical life, Singh said.


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