New Delhi: Bringing together education counsellors from over 150 top educational institutions from across India, a two-day education fair will be organised here from May 9, it was announced on Thursday.
Organised by 'Afairs' at Pragati Maidan, the fair will offer students an opportunity to meet directly with admission authorities of over 150 universities, colleges and educational institutions from Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and other cities.
"It is being organised to serve as a time and cost effective platform for 15,000 parents and students who are expected to attend the fair," said Sanjeev Boila, founder of Afairs.
"Prospects shall be able to access multiple institutions 'under one roof."
Afairs has already travelled over 10 countries around the world inviting foreign students to pursue courses in information technology, yoga, mathematics and other subjects in India.
India has over 700 universities and around 3,600 degree colleges including 48 central universities, 116 Indian Institutes of Technology and 30 National Institutes Of Technology.