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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

Groundbreaking K–12 University Fair Campus Connect 2024 Establishes a New Standard in North Kolkata

News Desk, News Nation 360 : In North Kolkata, the Aditya Group of Schools organised "CAMPUS CONNECT 2024," the first-ever K–12 University Fair. Prominent personalities from industry and education convened for an exploration of career skills in the future. The Chief Guest for the event was Professor Shabina Omar, an Officer on Special Duty in the West Bengal government's Department of Higher Education. The honoree was Nicolas Facino of the Alliance Française du Bengale. Prof. Saptanshu Biswas, an Aditya Academy student, chaired the panel discussion, which included eminent speakers such as Shabina Nishat Omar, an officer on special duty at the West Bengal government's Department of Higher Education, Ambalika Das, the founder and director of PRISM and president of Bandhan, Konnagar, Samrat Chatterjee, the founder and director of Andragogy Biological Research, and Vaijayanti Bose, a communications expert and min hacker. Aditya Academy organized an educational fair for their students to explore future careers. The fair provided students with a hands-on experience to learn

about diverse opportunities and prepare for the professional world. Following a felicitation of distinguished guests, a panel discussion explored "Skills for the Future: Navigating the Modern Career Options." Informational videos were presented by participating universities like USIEF, Amity University Rajasthan, SRM University and many more. This event offered students a chance to interact with representatives from various institutions, clarify their doubts, and set clear goals for their future studies and careers. Reflecting on the event's success, Kasturi Kejriwal, Chief Operating Officer of Aditya Group remarked that the astounding attendance and engaged participation of professionals and students underscores the pressing need to address changing skill requirements in today's dynamic labour market. The astounding attendance and engaged participation of professionals and students underscores the pressing need to address changing skill requirements in today's dynamic labour market.


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