Huge response as Public TV’s 2-day edu expo ‘Vidhya Mandira’ concludes

Chandan Arora
Chandan Arora
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Public TV chairman H R Ranganath and chief guest V G Joseph, chairman of Garden City College, at the valedictory of the 'Vidhya Mandira' education expo on Sunday.

BENGALURU: The two-day mega post-graduation education expo, ‘Vidhya Mandira’, presented by Public TV, concluded with tremendous response on Sunday evening at the Government Primary School Ground in Malleswaram.

Sinchana, a student of M S Ramaiah Institute, who participated in the quiz competition, won a laptop while Parimala, a business student of Rajarajeshwari College, won a smartphone. In the seminar, Ranjith from Peenya, who spoke about his research project, won an AAPKE EV electric vehicle.

Public TV Chairman H R Ranganagh and Garden City College chairman V G Joseph handing over the key to Ranjith, the winner of the seminar segment.

Public TV chaiman H R Ranganath and the chief guest of the occasion, the chairman of Garden City College, V G Joseph, participated in the validictory programme and distributed prizes to the students who won the quiz competition.

Sinchana, a student of M S Ramaiah Institute, won a laptop.
Parimala (right) won a mobile phone.

Garden City College chariman V G Joseph, who spoke after the prize distribution, said, “Those who did not win prizes should not be disappointed. Don’t forget, everyone has their own strengths and capacities. We are the most unique species in the world, but many have not been able to identify their own capacities. Age is just a number, so make honest efforts to achieve success in your life. There are ample opportunities. You should be determined to achieve your goals, but that should not harm others. Children are the wealth of this nation and we need to give good education and guidance to shaping their future”.

Garden City College chairman V G Joseph addressing the gathering.

Actress Sonal Monteiro said, “Public TV has taken up a good initiative by organising such an expo. I think this is the first-ever post-graduation education expo organised in Bengaluru. Today’s generation needs career guidance to secure their future. At their age, students are usually unsure of which course to choose and this expo has given them a good platform. Over 36 post-graduation institutions participated in the expo. Students have got all the necessary career-building information under one roof”.

Actress Sonal Monteiro appreciated the initiative and said it has helped students with making career choices.

Actor Zyed Khan said, “The education expo conducted by Public TV was a great platform for the students to know about pursuing the right courses for them. I was also in a confused status during by my college days. The expo has helped many poor students”. As a parting shot, he said, “Speak Kannada and save Kannada”.

Actor Zayed Khan too hailed the initiative.

Public TC chief operating officer (COO) C K Harish Kumar noted that thousands of students and parents took part in the expo unmindful of the weather conditions. He also expressed appreciation for the huge number of participating students and educational institutions. More than 36 educational institutions have participated in the education expo.

From Sunday morning, scores of parents and their wards participated in the mega education expo. A special seminar was organised for students by expert academicians. More than 3,000 students visited the expo during the weekend.

A large number of parents and students participated in the ‘Vidhya Mandira’ expo.
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