Indian School set to host career expo
Manama, December 21, 2010
The Indian School will host its annual career expo from December 30 at its Isa Town campus.
The two-day event will feature the participation of more than 29 institutions from Bahrain, India, Australia, the UAE, Malaysia, Philippines, Greece, Canada and Jordan.
'The ISB International Education Exhibition is much awaited event for all students planning to pursue higher education,' said school executive committee chairman Abraham John.
School principal Dr A S Pillai said that the institutions taking part offer an array of courses ranging from architecture biotechnology, engineering and medicine among others.
The inaugural ceremony will be held on December 30 at 9.30am.
Entry is free for visitors from 9.30am to 6pm on both days.-TradeArabia News Service
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