Career Fair 2018

Career Fair Report

“The career fair enables the students to uncover the various options available to them and to take a step ahead in the world of education along with the progressive technological developments in the science field.” – Dr. Mohammed Aslam Khan, Principal, New Indian Model School, Dubai.

A Career Fair was held in the premises of New Indian Model School, Dubai. The event showcased the various career options available for students of Grades 10 to 12, witnessing the participation of over 20 colleges and universities providing various facilities and putting forward ample choices for both the parents and students to choose from.

The event commenced with a welcome address by the Principal of New Indian Model School, Dubai, Dr. Mohammad Aslam Khan. Some of the universities in attendance were: Murdoch University, Canadian University, AMITY University, Murdoch University, Middlesex University and the University of West London. The students and parents interacted with the participating universities and appreciated the efforts of the management for initiating such an event which enabled the students to overview the many avenues open for higher education.

Mr.Showkat, the Counselor (New Indian Model School, Dubai), in his message briefed about the need to reach out to the students with hidden skills and talents: “It is important to ensure that this career fair benefits students who are in need of special attention, because many a time we fail to recognize the enthralling talents that these kids possess and therefore, it is us who should bring forth these talents of theirs.”


Cromwell UniversityAmity UniversityMurdoch UniversityInscape UniversityCanadian UniversityModul UniversityAjman University
Middlesex UniversityBITS PilaniCurtin University    
University of BoltonExcellencia     
West London      
University of Stirling      

 “By this career fair, students get to know various courses that were unknown to them, they can select the apt one according to the quality of the course and most importantly they can to know more about that structure of that course”, said a parent.  Following this, students gave an agreeable feedback and they were very pleased with the courses set for them to fly higher. “We work for the betterment of the students and there is nothing more than their achievement in the future, so I think this year’s career fair had brought students to different types of options that can make them successful”, said Shabeer, a representative of Health Centre.

The Career Fair proved to be very successful as it gave students an opportunity to explore different areas of expertise and to be aware of the entry requirements to qualify for admissions. Students and parents alike left the venue filled with a boosted morale and hope for what the future holds.

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Abraham Lincoln.