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Launch of the IC3 Regional Forum 2017

Ganesh Kohli (IC3 Conference Chair & KIC UnivAssist’s Chief Mentor) has been the driving force in setting up the IC3 Conference  The annual conference is an unique platform that allows career counselors and leading educators to discuss ideas, best practices in career and college counseling and share the latest knowledge updates. Apart from its signature annual event, Ganesh also led the IC3 Regional Forums that tapped on to leading cities such as Mumbai, Indore, Bangkok, Jakarta, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai,
Coimbatore and Jaipur.
Speaking on IC3’s ambitious plans, Ganesh shared his thoughts, “The education sector has evolved rapidly and counseling plays a pivotal role. IC3 aims to build a strong cadre of education counselors who will guide the students in making the best choice. The counselors will be mentored and guided on the best practices that will help students choose the right career path and direct them towards a brighter and meaningful future. The IC3 Regional Forums and the Annual IC3 Conference’s ultimate goal is to transform lives of students globally and this can be done through proper career and college counseling. The IC3 Regional Forum in particular will allow counselors to analyze and understand the tools that leading international schools in India and abroad are using to help guide students and their families.”
The IC3 Regional Forums will gather key insights, challenges, and development areas in order to carve a roadmap for the education and counseling community. The discussions will be highlighted at its 2017 Annual IC3 Conference to be held in New Delhi from 30-31 August 2017. The 2017 Annual IC3 Conference features exciting keynote addresses, networking opportunities, and sessions for high school leaders, counselors, teachers, university admissions and university leaders. Last year’s 2-day conference witnessed over 285 registrants with 165+ high school delegates and over 85 university/college delegates.

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