Pearl Academy hosts creative career conclave in Bhopal


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Pearl Academy, India’s leading institution in design, fashion, business and media, today organized ‘Creative Career Conclave’ in the city for students and parents. The conclave provided an interactive platform for discussing opportunities and courses available for careers in creative fields. Pearl Academy, which is the only Indian educational institute to be ranked among the top 25 fashion schools globally by Business of Fashion and has been judged as the Best Design Institute by Assocham for 3 years in a row, arranged a discussion on career paths available in various creative domains. Pearl Academy’s Delhi and Noida Campus Director Dr. Veena Dutta, fashion designer Arun Lakra, architect Vikram Mathur, fashion management expert Neeraj Paul, journalist Sonika Tiwari and Editor in Chief of Metro Mirror, Shiv Harsh Suhalka, were part of the discussions. Pearl Academy has commenced its admission process for the academic year 2018-19. The entrance test will be held on April 28 in Bhopal. The last date of registration is April 23. The academy has recently introduced new UG and PG courses in Media & Communication and Advertising & Marketing and 50% Merit Scholarship on Tuition Fee for these new courses is available to select students. Details are available on Pearl Academy’s website - Commenting on the event, Delhi and Noida Campus Director Dr. Veena Dutta said “Pearl Academy students have become hot favourite among big brands and organizations. We witnessed an overwhelming start to the year as Accenture marked the beginning of our Placement Week, followed by companies such as Zara, H&M, Future Group, Walt Disney etc. offering very attractive salaries. We are proud of our students to have been chosen by such world-class organisations. Through the Creative Career Conclave, we intend to make students and parents aware of the opportunities available after creative education. We have had many students from this region and all are doing extremely well.”

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