The India Educational Fair has been held in Accra to inform Ghanaian students about the educational opportunities that exist in India for Ghanaian students. Participants at the fair were drawn from second cycle institutions and enlighten on the scholarship opportunities that exist for them should they decide to attain higher education and training in India.
It opened its education doors to Ghanaians student who desires to study abroad. At the forum, students were given firsthand information on all matters relating to travelling to India, choosing a University and obtain a scholarship. Interested participants also got valuable information on the career prospects that comes with studying in Indian universities.
World Class Education at Affordable Cost was to provide Ghanaian students and others a big opportunity to discover the numerous study opportunities that India has to offer the world including Ghana. It helped participants to gain a better understanding and appreciation in respect of how to pursue world-class education in Universities that are internationally recognized in India as well as courses that help build great careers. These course help students obtain qualifications that are respected and valued the world over.
The event was very interactive and participants were given ample time to ask questions. Resource persons were present to provide the needed answers and help students make up their minds to consider India as a destination for higher learning. The program gave participants an opportunity to clear their doubts about the education system of India.
According to one of the resource persons at the forum, India provides affordable education, that has very high quality and is respected the world over. It is a package that is worth considering.
The India High commissioner to Ghana advised SHS graduates to consider studying in India for their degrees after SHS which will give them more opportunities.
The number of student passing through the system might not be able to absorb all students hence India is one country to consider in these times. Courses, scholarship packages and universities in India were showcased to participants. Educationist Prof Stephen Addie former rector of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration was at the event and welcomed government’s policies on basic and secondary education.
India’stop five Universities to consider
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
University of Delhi
Some participants at the event were excited with the knowledge they had acquired about India and the opportunities it offers in terms of education and scholarships.