To help the students,DPS Ranchi successfully hosted the Overseas Education Fair on 12.11.2016.
The educational extravaganza provided these students with a global exposure in the field of education and learnt to have helped them to choose the right course.
“It is a matter of immense pride and honour that DPS Ranchi is one of the first school in Jharkhand rather in the eastern region to organize such a fair with a global interface”,said a statement of the DPS Ranchi.
It was jointly inaugurated by Atul Bhatt, CMD, Mecon Ltd. and Anurag Gupta, ADG (Special Branch). Other guests present were J.C. Mohapatra,Sanjeev Kumar,K.J. Chauhan,etc.
This educational fair was organized with a view to broaden the horizon for the pupils aiming towards academic prospects in countries like USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, etc.
As many as 78 foreign universities were present to enlighten the students about the various courses available. The representatives and delegates who were present were Bivin Boban from De Montfort University UK: Anna Bashir from University of Huddersfield UK:Shubhendu Choudhary from Auburn University, Shreya Singh Lubana from Brandeis University International Business School USA and many more.
The highlights of the fair was the unique career services offered by the organizers:-
· Learn about scholarship & fee waiver opportunities.
· Obtain advice on VISA application and availability of education loans.
· On the spot counselling by professionals.
· Learn about admission processes & courses available.
More than 500 students along with their parents visited the fair. Apart from the students of DPS Ranchi the gates were open to the students of all the other schools of Ranchi to gather information so that they can make most of it. Students from Oxford Public School, DAV Hehal, Dav Nageshwar Public School, Sarala Birla, Loyola Convent, etc.
Kent State University had a large number of students as well as parents sorting their queries on admission procedure and courses offered. Other universities of USA and UK too had a good gathering.