Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN)– The 3rd India Education Fair began in the capital Dhaka on Friday aiming to provide educational opportunities to Bangladeshi students at their doorstep.
High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla inaugurated the Fair at The Daily Star Convention Centre in Dhaka aiming to help the aspirants and the guardians to have detailed discussions about the facilities and fee structures of participating Indian institutions and schools along with expert guidance on available choices.
The Fair, on in Dhaka on July 29-30 and in Chittagong on August 1-2, is being organised by SAPE Events and Media Pvt. Limited, a leading educational fair organiser in the region, with the support of the High Commission of India, Dhaka.
More than 30 premier educational institutions, including schools, colleges and technical institutes across India are participating in the event, the organizers said.
“Bangladesh is making rapid strides towards its goal of developing into a modern economy and India is committed to being a close partner in this endeavour and progress,” the High Commissioner of India said in his message.
He highlighted India’s resolve to work together with Bangladesh in the education sector and hoped that the India Education Fair would help to raise awareness about the possibilities of education in India and serve as a platform to bring the youth of India and Bangladesh closer to each other through high quality professional educational opportunities.

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