Ambition ends successfully

Kathmandu :

The four day long ‘Ambition Expo 2008’ ended successfully on May 25. With more than 48,021 visiting the expo. There were more than hundred stalls of various institutions. Compared to last three days the number of visitors were higher on the last day. Many institutions and colleges had attractive offers too.

According to Krishna Chandra Paudel, Director of Trinity International College, “The Ambition Expo was a great success which helped in the publicity of the college as it is a newly established college.”

Director of studies of Cosmic Education Nepal, Kumar Thapa was satisfied as his stall had attracted a large number of visitors. The visitors were mainly there for counselling for abroad studies. “More than 12,000 visitors came for counselling. I think the expo was very fruitful and also helped to develop public relations,” he added. Dhurba Bhattarai, director of

Himalayan College of Engineering said that the positive feedback of visitors was more than what they had expected.

It was not only the participants but visitors were also glad they had come to the expo, as Shreena Sharma, a student who has just appeared for her plus 2 exams said, “I got information about different subjects and colleges. I think that the expo helped students to update themselves about new subjects too.” Shudha Guragain, a master level student was quiet satisfied with the expo and looked forward for such expos’ in the future too.

Meroclub attracted a lot of visitors in comparison to other stalls. This portal gives people the opportunity to make new friends.

Ambition expo had more than hundred educational institutes offering courses like Information Communication Technology, Aeronautics, Airhostess, Mobile Technology, Journalism, Fashion, Chartered Accountancy, Dentistry, Hotel management, Nursing and many more. The participating institutes also offered career-counselling and counselling services for the abroad study along with information about discounts and scholarships.

The expo was presented by Annapurna Post in association with Trinity International College.