Jamboree makes foray into South

Published: Wednesday, April 18, 2007, 16:26 [IST]
 

Bangalore, Apr 18 (UNI) Jamboree, a North India based coaching institute that provides standardised programmes for students taking SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOFEL and other competitive exams to take up higher studies abroad, today made a foray into South India by opening its branch in the city.

Announcing the launch, Jamboree Director Vineet Gupta said the institute offered one stop shop for education abroad including training, admissions and visa, helping students join a foreign university through a hassle-free process.

"The options available include complete guidance, admissions and visa assistance with a 99 per cent success rate. Over 25,000 students have studied in the different centres of Jamboree so far.

At present it has centres in Delhi, Gurgaon and Chandigarh. Our next destination in the South will be Chennai," he said.

The institute offers two types of training programmes -- classroom-based training and non-classroom, computer-based training for students and working professionals. The fee structure for different courses include Rs 19,000 for GMAT and Rs 12,000 for GRE, Mr Gupta added.

UNI

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