ALL INTERNATIONAL EVENTS
Lynchpin India and BCCI (Bhutan Chamber of Commerce and Industry) was proud to organize the 4th Bhutan International Education fair in 2014. This is the largest education fair in the region and has been organized for the last three consecutive years. The fair is supported by Ministry of Education, Department of Adult & Higher Education - Royal Government of Bhutan and is a very successful platform for direct interaction between students seeking admission and institutions around the world. Last year over 100 colleges, universities, institutes and educational consultants participated in this fair.
India is fast becoming an education hub for students. Keeping that in mind, Lynchpin India organized Study in India - an India Education Fair in Bangladesh in July 2013 at Bangabandhu International Convention Center (BICC), Dhaka. The event was inaugurated by His Excellency, Mr. Pankaj Saran and High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh, in the presence of Mr. Abdul Matlub Ahmad, President, India- Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Thailand has a lot more to offer than just being a holiday destination. The Study Thailand Education Fair in 2008 was conceived as a platform to promote education opportunities in Thailand. This fair held in Kathmandu had education providers from Thailand directly interacting with students from Nepal. The Education fair enabled Nepali students to directly seek information about the study opportunities in institutes in Thailand. The fair saw participation of ten of the biggest and most well reputed Universities in Thailand and was conducted in association with the Dept. of Export Promotion, Govt. of Thailand.
Lynchpin organized the first Study New Zealand Road Show in Nepal in 2007 that gave students from Nepal an opportunity to meet institutions and explore opportunities in that country. Apart from the opportunity to meet university officials the students also got an opportunity to attend seminars on various issues pertaining to studying in New Zealand by senior officials from the participating universities including Mr. Paul Vaughn, Trade commissioner, South Asia of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise. The fair was deemed so successful that it was to become an annual event that year onwards.