AIESEC set to organise 2-day business meet for youth
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The Chandigarh unit of the AIESEC, an international students' organisation, will be organising a two-day Youth to Business forum here from January 19.
The interaction on the subject will be held at the Indian School of Business, Mohali, and students from a large number of colleges and schools will be participating. These institutions include Sacred Heart School, St John's School, Vivek School, Carmel Convent, St Annes, St Kabir, Strawberry World School, Guru Nanak Public School, St Stephens, S D School, St Xaviers School, Mount Carmel, DAV School, Sector 15, DAV School, Sector 8, Bhavan Vidyalaya, Manav Mangal School, Delhi Public School, Ryan International, Ryan International, YPS, The Millennium School, The Lawrence School, Gian Jyoti, British School, Manav Mangal Smart School, Doon International, Gurukul and Hallmark School.The collegers include MCM, SD College, DAV college, Chitkara College, Khalsa College, Rayat Bahri, GCG, Gyan Sagar, PEC, UIET, CCET, Punjab Engineering College, Amity and Panjab University.
The Forum will include interactive sessions, hands-on workshops, panel discussions, leadership and talks by entrepreneurs. Registration can be done at j.mp/chandigarhy2b.
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