To the large number of students who have not been able to secure University entrance Adyapana affords them the opportunity to select from a wide range of study courses offered to pursue their higher studies according to officials from the Lanka Exhibition and Conference Services (LECS).
LECS Director Imran Hassan told a press conference to promote the Adyapana exhibition that this event hopes to attract over 15000 visitors with around 150 exhibitors.
The wide variety of courses that will be on offer to the students will enable those wishing to pursue higher studies to select the most appropriate one.
“This year we estimate that around 1000 student registration will made at this venue in October. With the ever increasing demand to take this to the outstations we will be having an exhibition in Kandy later and in January in Jaffna. In Kandy we project around 50 exhibitors and this should generate around 300 course registrations,” he said.
Due to the large number of requests from both Singapore and Malaysia, LECS said it is also planning to conduct an exhibition called the ‘International Pavilion’ in March 2011.
The company also holds exhibitions in the Maldives Islands at the request of the Maldivian government. Several education institutions from here are taken to the Maldives to cater to their needs in higher education, he said.