Study in Gujarat: State Govt Plans Massive Road Shows Across Globe To Attract Students

Study in Gujarat: State Govt Plans Massive Road Shows Across Globe To Attract Students

New Delhi January 13: Showcasing Gujarat as the national and international hub of education, the state government’s Department of Higher and Technical Education has planned to hold road shows across the country and the world to attract students to study in the state.

As per the announcement from the state government, the ‘Study in Gujarat’ road shows will be held across seven different cities in India. Apart from India, four road shows will be held in cities abroad. The road shows will be held in January.

In India, the state government has planned to hold shows in Patna, Ranchi, Indore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Guwahati, and Nasik. And overseas, Gujarat government will hold road shows in Kuwait City of Kuwait, Dubai in UAE, Muscat in Oman, and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.

Registration for road shows

Those who are interested to participate in the road shows can register on ‘Study in Gujarat’ website, ‘study.gujarat.gov.in‘. The main participants in the road show would be principals, student counsellors, and teachers.

In this regard, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also released a notice informing all about the road show. The CBSE has also asked Principals, student counsellors and teachers to attend the road show inside the country in large numbers.

Road shows in across India

Inside India, the road show will first start in Guwahati on January 20. Then in Indore on January 21, Kolkata on January 22, Patna and Ranchi on January 28, Hyderabad on January 29, and in Nasik, it will be held on January 31.

Road shows in Gulf countries

The international road show will start in Kuwait on January 15 and 16, in Dubai on January 17 and 18, in Muscat on January 19 and 20, and in Riyadh on January 21 and 22.

Road shows in Western countries

Apart from these countries, the state government has also planned to hold road shows in Zimbabwe, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Bhutan. The details for these road shows will be announced later by the state government.