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ZEE EDUCARE – India’s largest education festival will be hosted in Delhi

Zee Educare India’s largest education festival will be hosting its first edition in Delhi on April 20 and 21 at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi. An enthralling all-round education festival for the student community is the Zee Educare. To address the need gap amongst young adults for higher education by bringing together researchers, industry experts, professors and alumnus under one roof, enabling students to take an informed career decision is the aim of ZEE Educare.

This academic conclave is going to build upon a range of initiatives which will aid existing professionals to leap forth in their career graph and parents or students to explore options beyond the regular. The purpose of this festival would be to address both conventional & non-conventional educational formats with emphasis on new age tools and methodologies. This initiative is first-of-its-kind which will be hosting over 20 workshops & exhibitors, 20 panel discussions which includes over 50 eminent speakers & panellists like Chef Anahita Dhondy, Prajakta Koli, Sahil Khattar and Chef Saransh Goila, as well as curated exhibitions for photography, design and art, and live performances by Indian singer, songwriter Jasleen Royal.

In order to make students get themselves future ready, this festival will also host interactive sessions with industry stalwarts. India’s largest educational festival will be spread across disciplines such as, art & design, music, law, agriculture, medical science, architecture, fashion, film & mass communication, engineering & event management.

Zee Educare will also host a nation-wide talent hunt titled ‘Big Break’. The 5 top entries will be provided with an opportunity to perform live at the festival. The Big Break winner will be awarded an amount of Rs 50,000 and will be given a chance to open for the headlining act.

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