A mega education fair — Infinitum 2017 — was organised at DLDAV Model School, Shalimar Bagh on recently. The fair began with principal Reena Rajpal emphasising the importance of choosing a career that the learners would be happy with. She motivated the learners to enhance their skill levels as qualification alone won't help them to excel.

The learners benefitted from counseling sessions by renowned professionals. Dr Gurpreet Singh Tuteja deputy dean, Student Welfare Association, Delhi University briefed students about  the courses, colleges and eligibility criteria. Geetanjali Kumar, trainer, parenting coach and motivational speaker motivated children to believe in themselves and to choose a career that they are best suited for them.

Pawan Solanki, an eminent career counselor guided the students about options for studying abroad and higher education within India. The learners also received hands on guidance and advice from the official representatives of various Indian and foreign universities.


Shine.com recently introduced www.shinelearning.com, a professional courses and certifications marketplace for working professionals. It uses data (both recruiters' and candidates') to map demands of various skillsets across industries, predict emerging skill shortage areas and provide courses basis that.

The aim is to equip working professionals with skills that would enable them to be ready for the future job opportunities and stay relevant.



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