Aryans admission counseling for JK students on May 29
Srinagar, May 25: Aryans Group of Colleges would be organizing “JK Admission Counselling” exclusively for Jammu & Kashmir students on 29th & 30th May in Srinagar.
Chairman Aryans Group, Dr Anshu Kataria, said that counselling is especially for those Students who want to take admission in Professional courses like B.Tech 1st Year (Civil, Mechanical, CSE, EEE & ECE), B.Tech (LEET) , MBA/PGDM, BBA, BCA, B.Ed ,M.Tech Polytechnic,+1(Non-Medical). The students need to get prior registration on 098762-99888, 098765-99888 or onwww.aryans.edu.in.
Dr Kataria further told that around 100 candidates would be called for counseling. Scholarship would be given to Students whose annual income is less than Rs.3 Lakh. The candidates must bring their academic and income documents.
Dr Kataria said that Chandigarh is becoming hot spot for education for the students of North India. Most of the students of Jammu and Kashmir (JK) coming to Chandigarh for higher education. Students mostly focus on Aryans as along with seminars, Guest lecturers etc.
It is to be mentioned that Established in 2007, Aryans campus is located at Chandigarh–Patiala highway, near Chandigarh on lush green 20 acres pollution free campus. The group is running Management College, Under Graduate College, Engineering College, Education College & Junior Science College (+1 & +2 Non Medical).
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