Future Minds 2009:
No one left behind
The Nalanda Junior Old Boys Association (NJOBA) will hold the fourth
consecutive exposition of the Future Minds exhibition at the BMICH from
The Exhibition will be under the theme of Future Minds, 'No One Left
Behind' assist students of various educational backgrounds to choose and
tread the higher education path best suited for them.
Around 100 educational and higher educational institutes, including
the State and private institutes from 150 stalls will participate in the
exhibition to offer their educational programs.
Several foreign Universities showcasing their higher educational
programs directly or through agents from countries such as the United
Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Canada, United States of America, Japan,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, China, India, Cyprus, Hungary will be
participating at the Future Minds exhibition taking it to an
While streams such as management, accountancy, marketing, hospitality
management, computer science, aviation, maritime, fashion, fine arts are
represented in professional studies a number of vocational training
institutes will represent a plethora of technical training avenues.
Initiated in 2006, Future Minds aims to provide a gateway for those
who seek higher educational qualifications by facilitating communication
among students, the ambitious young, their parents, higher educational
institutes and State and private educational service sectors thereby
opening various avenues and opportunities to effectively plan their
In the highly competitive job market of today, students completing
their education need to stay on the edge to be eligible for top-notch
Acquisition of relevant higher educational qualifications is
essential to eliminate any skills mismatch existing between the demands
of the job market and educational qualifications of job seekers.