The New Indian Express Education Fair in Ajman, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi from Jan 11 to 13

Media Release

Abu Dhabi, Jan 8: The New Indian Express will host an education fair in the Middle East from January 11 to 13.

The fair will be held at Habitat Indian School, Ajman, and PACE International School, Sharjah, on January 11 and 12, and at The Model School, Abu Dhabi, on January 13.

It is an initiative by the group to assemble premier educational institutions from India and provide options for students and parents in the respective locations.

From the region, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), St Joseph’s Engineering College, Mangaluru, and Vikas Pre University College, Mangaluru, are among the esteemed institutions participating in the Expo.

Dr Ananth Prabhu, director of Vikas Edu Solutions, Mangaluru, will be a key speaker during the event.
The topic will be ‘How to Score Top in Board Exam’.

About The New Indian Express

The New Indian Express group (Madurai), has always believed in the paramount importance of presenting truth as it is. Their editions across the five south Indian states, Odisha and The Morning Standard from NCR, carry within them a core of integriry and this has been their legacy, 85 years on. The New Indian deserves to hear the truth more so than ever, and hearing it through an original voice makes it more of a pleasure.

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