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"Mission Admission" Helps Students Brainstorm Career Direction

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The second day of The Times of India's initiative 'Mission Admission', organized to help students planning to turn their career dreams into reality, drew hordes of students seeking counseling from experts. The two-day event concluded at Pink City Press Club on Friday. 
Day 2 seminar comprised of four sessions, which were attended by a large number of enthusiastic students. There were presentations by the British Council, Education USA, College Core Education and KUONI Academy. The concluding day saw seminars that gave students an insight on the new emerging unconventional career options. Gaurav Juneja, manager, sales and marketing, KUONI Academy, gave the students a brief insight into the upcoming unconventional career of travel and tourism. He stated that there were almost 230 million people working in the hospitality sector at the moment and the number is only going to go up. "The Tourism industry has place for everyone. You could be a doctor, an entrepreneur from a financial background or a blogger. The growing trends in the tourism industry are many and new jobs such as travel blogging, travel photography, food journalism have come into existence other than the hardcore tourism jobs," said Juneja. Deepali Goyal of Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls' School, who attended the session said, "The sessions were very helpful and the councilors were very good. It was due to this brilliant initiative by the Times Group that I was able to resolve all my queries about the application processes and other important aspects of education abroad, especially USA." The trend of Indian students going abroad for higher education has seen a significant rise since the cut-offs started soaring so high that admission in premiere colleges became difficult even for toppers. A session focusing on various colleges in different countries such as Singapore, USA, UK and Canada, saw a jam packed audience including students from nearby cities like Ajmer, Bhilwara and Sikar. Besides, visa policies of United Kingdom and USA was briefly discussed. Students came up with questions like UK providing only one subject to study as opposed to the option of major, double major and a minor in countries such as the US and Canada

 

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