Kozhikode: After NEET results will be declared on June 5, the medical admission procedures will begin. Admissions to state quota and all-India quota, the fees and so many questions will arise in the mind of the aspirants.
The professional course guidance seminar ‘Ask Expert’ is organized by mathrubhumi.com to answer all these queries. Experts will engage sessions and clear doubts of students and parents in this seminar.
Ask Expert 2018 will be conducted on May 31 at TDM Hall in Ernakulam and June 2 at Baselius College Auditorium in Kottayam.
Experts will engage classes on various topics including Medical admissions based on NEET, Kerala Engineering/Pharmacy admissions through KEAM, IIT admissions through JEE Main/Advanced, NIT admissions and CUSAT admission process.
What after B.Tech, option registration to selecting the favourite courses and colleges after the results are out of various entrance examinations, admissions and procedures of NEET UG 2018 and many other topics will be discussed in the seminar.
This is the ninth consecutive year the seminar is being conducted. There will a separate panel discussion for doubt clearance.
Former Joint Entrance Commissioners Dr S Santhosh and Dr Rajoo Krishnan will take class on state medical admissions and NEET all India admissions.
Dr S Sundar, Former JEE Advanced Chairman and IIT Madras Mathematics department chief, will engage classes on JEE Main/Advanced admissions.
Kerala Veterinary University entrepreneurship department director Dr TP Sethumadhavan will talk about Medical and Allied Courses and their possibilities while CUSAT examination Controller Dr Sunil Narayanankutty will explain on the procedures for CUSAT engineering admissions.
Engineering branches and placement possibilities will be discussed by Kannur Engineering College Electronics and Communication department chief Dr KA Nava and FISAT professor Dr Unnikartha.
Classes on BTech admissions at IITs and course details will be engaged by former professor at IIT Madras, Dr Krishnan Swaminathan.
The seminar will also include special panel discussion for doubt clearance which will see active participation by students and parents.
Registration fee for a person (including parent) is Rs 300. All participants will be given a free booklet detailing various admission processes, last ranks of 2017 and KEAM prospectus. Food and refreshments will be provided at the venue.
Angamaly Federal Institute of Science and Technology is the title sponsor for the seminar. The seminar is co-sponsored by Aspire Abroad Studies, Kochi and powered by Muthoot Institute of Technology and Science, Varikoli.
For more details visit, www.mathrubhumi.com/askexpert2018