Visits by Foreign Universities and Session on Study Abroad Programmes

Delegate from Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, Georgia, United States Visits the School

September 12, 2022

Ms. Pelesino Ane Kevichusa, Executive Director of Admission at Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, Georgia, United States visited the school on September 12, 2022 and briefed the students about the admission process in this college. She took the students on a virtual tour of the college through you tube videos. She informed them about the importance of letters of recommendation and good academic scores for securing a scholarship. The students learnt that the college does not require clearing of SAT or ILETS examination.

Session on Study Abroad by Skill Maestro

September 6, 2022

Skill Maestro, Indore conducted a session for students of classes XI and XII on September 6, 2022 about opportunities of studying in foreign countries especially the USA, the UK and Canada. The resource person Mr. Pankaj Parihar guided the students on the various aspects of taking the SAT exam. He also emphasized on the academic scores and extracurricular achievements which play a pivotal role in the admission process in the US universities. The students also learnt about the need based and merit based scholarship. The session concluded with the clarification of queries of the students.

Session on Study Abroad by Global Gateways

September 1, 2022

Mr. Stanley of Global Gateways conducted a session for students of class XII on September 1, 2022 and briefed them about courses in various Universities / Colleges around the world especially, the European Union, the USA, Australia, Canada and the UK. He also apprised the students about scholarship programmes in developed countries of Europe including full tuition fee waiver for the entire degree programme, stipend of minimum INR 4.5 lac every year, hostel expenses for entire course duration and monthly part time income of around 40000 to 50000 INR. The session ended with discussion on various questions raised by the students.

US University Fair

August 30, 2022

KIC UnivAssist conducted a session on study abroad opportunities to apprise students of XII about the admission procedure in various universities in the US. 64 students from the school attended the session on August 30, 2022. The resource person Mr. Rohit Kandari of KIC UnivAssist began the introductory session stating the US as the most preferred destination due to flexibility and diversity along with the highest employability. Later the students interacted with delegates of various universities to learn more about the fee structure, scholarships, eligibility requirements, courses offered. The participating universities and the delegates were:

Bard Academy & Bard College at Simon’s Rock, U.S.: Chandler LaValle, Admissions Counselor
Goucher College, U.S.: Jenn Pham, Assistant Director of International Admissions
Millersville University, U.S.: Anna Bradford, Associate Director International Admissions
New York Institute of Technology, U.S.: Benjamin Dobbs, Associate Director of International Admission
Rutgers University–New Brunswick, U.S.: Sarah Blackburn, Associate Director, International Admissions
University of Connecticut, U.S.: Zitmarie Mestre, International Admissions Officer
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, U.S.: Denver D’souza, Country Coordinator
University of Wyoming, U.S.: Daing Nasir, Assistant Director, ISS

University Fair of 30 Universities From Across the Globe and India

August 20, 2022

55 students of class XII attended a University Fair on August 20, 2022 to learn more about the admission procedure in various universities. The delegates from 30 universities across the globe and India highlighted the details of the institutions including courses, scholarships, eligibility requirements, fee structure and different programmes in technology, management and liberal colleges. The fair witnessed the discussion of the students with the various delegates of these universities. The participating universities were as follows:

Monash University, Australia
University of Sydney, Australia
Huron at Western University, Canada
University of Windsor, Canada
Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada
University of York, UK
University of Strathclyde, Scotland
IE University, Spain
University of East Anglia, UK
University of Exeter, UK
The University of Arizona, USA
Colorado State University, USA
Tiffin University, USA
University of Wisconsin Stout, USA
Leeds, UK
Ahmedabad University, India
Ashoka University, India
Flame University, India
GD Goenka University, India
Krea University, India
Manipal Institute of Technology, India
NMIMS University, India

Session by Delegate of Queen Mary University of London, UK

June 9, 2020

Ms. Mishi Sardana, Student Recruitment Officer (India) of Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), UK – part of the prestigious Russell Group of Universities, in collaboration with KC Overseas, Bhopal apprised the students of classes XI and XII about the admission procedure in this university during her session on June 9, 2020.

The session primarily focused on bringing awareness to the students about what United Kingdom and QMUL in specific has on offer to international students traveling to the UK in coming intakes and the career choices one can opt for after the completion of a bachelor’s programme within the country. Ranked 126 in the University League Rankings with an employability ratio of well above 95%, Ms. Sardana elaborated on the benefits a student can experience during their degree time at their venerated academia. Situated right at the heart of the Commercial hub in London the University boasts of its rich industry tie-ups which allow students to get a first-hand experience of what it means to work in a professional environment.

Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Privy Council, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) Ms. Sardana informed that the university not just offers various bachelors level courses leading either to a full-time employment opportunity or further study option but also provides ample scholarship opportunities on offer to international applicants. Combining a plethora of teaching pedagogies including the regular classroom sessions to lab-works, work placements, mentoring schemes, Erasmus+ and study abroad exchanges overseas, the university is noted to provide a rich academic experience to students of various socio-economic backdrops. The session ended with the discussion on the various questions raised by the students.

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Session by Delegates of De Monfort University, UK

November 7, 2019

A session on the undergraduate programme at De Monfort University, UK was conducted by the resource persons Mr. Ian Thomas, Associate Dean, International and Mr. Camilo Calderon, Senior Lecturer, Economics and Marketing, Programme Leader of De Montfort University, Leicester, U.K. for the students of classes XI & XII on November 7, 2019. Mr. Om Singh Chauhan from Daly College Business School, Indore also accompanied the delegates and commenced the session with a discussion on employer’s attitude. The interactive session dealt with business acumen, financial management, decision making followed by the brief about the De Montfort University which engages students to care about their future by Mr. Ian Thomas. Mr. Camilo Calderon, narrated his academic journey and informed about the new courses in Applied Science, Business Management, Technology and many more at De Montfort, U.K. The session ended with the queries of the students pertaining to fee structure, scholarships and mode of application.

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US Session on Higher Education & Emerging Careers

August 26, 2019

KIC Univ Assist conducted a session on ‘21st Century Emerging Careers and the Changing Field of Education’ to apprise the students of classes XI and XII about the admission procedure in various universities in the US. 25 students from Choithram School attended the session on August 26, 2019.

The resource person Mr. Swaraj Nandan began the introductory session stating the US as the most preferred destination due to flexibility, diversity and highest employability. Speaking on robotization, digitalization and automation, he informed the students about the massive jobs in certain sectors like Airlines, Creative Careers and Climate Change etc. Quoting the US as the top destination for international students, he briefed about the application procedure, scholarships etc. for admission to these universities.

The delegates from 19 universities of the US highlighted the details of the institutions including location, scholarships, fee structure, job opportunities and popular programmes. Thereafter students interacted with these delegates who were a part of the US University Tour:

California Baptist University (Riverside, CA): Ryan Falsetti
Depaul University (Chicago, IL): Kelsey Howard
Florida International University (Miami, FL): Laura Pacchioni
Fox Valley Technical College (Appleton, WI): Erika Cuevas
Full Sail University (Winter Park, FL): Anu Kalhan
Hobart And William Smith Colleges (Geneva, NY): Marylyn Uhnak
New York Film Academy (New York, NY): SunitiGhoshal
Niagara University (New York, NY): Evan Pierce
Ohio University (Athens, Oh): Vicki Seefeldt
Rutgers University-Camden (Camden, NJ): Nadia Agarrat
San Diego State University (San Diego, CA): David Ayers
Savannah College Of Art And Design (Savannah, GA): Khushnam Mirza
Stony Brook University-The State University Of New York (Stony Brook, NY): Jing Li
The University Of Kansas (Lawrence, KS): SomerChalfant
The University Of Oklahoma (Norman, Ok): Dakota Horn
University Of California, Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, CA): Cuca Acosta
University Of Illinois, Chicago (St, Chicago, IL): Bhagyashree Sharma
Wabash College (Crawfordsville, IN): James Quill
Washington College (Chestertown, MD): Raeann Rolston

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Session on Admission Procedure at Birmingham City University, UK

August 22, 2019

Ms. Ridhi Gosar, Student Recruitment Officer (India) of Birmingham City University, UK apprised the students of classes XI and XII about the admission procedure in this university during her session on August 22, 2019. The resource person began the session asking about the career choices of the students followed by her educational experience. Stating BCU as ranking 7th in the UK for employability, she explained that over 97% of the students of this university are employed or in the further study within six months of graduating. She also apprised about the design and location of BCU, internationally accredited courses, such as CIMA, ACCA and RIBA, scholarship opportunities, fee structure and procedure for admission along with the facilities provided there. The details regarding documents and job placements were also shared by her. Students will have the chance to gain industry and professional practice experience through work placements, mentoring schemes, Erasmus+ and study abroad exchanges overseas. The University offers career support and advice throughout student’s time with them and for up to three years after student’s graduate. The session ended with the discussion on the various questions raised by the students.

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Session on Admission Procedure at Miami University, USA

April 3, 2019

Mr. Aaron Bixler, Associate Director of Recruitment from Miami University, USA conducted a session to apprise students of class XI and XII on the admission procedure at Miami University in the US on April 3, 2019. Miami University is a public university located in Oxford, Ohio and has a student body of 19,000 and effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programmes. The University offers bachelor’s degrees in over 120 areas of study across six Academic schools. Mr. Bixler highlighted the details of the mid-size school followed by showcasing the opinions of faculties and students engaged in the educational programme. The session focused on university’s objective of ‘Teaching comes first and Knowledge lasts forever.’

He explained about the statistics related to admission, internship projects and research opportunities at the university followed by the information about the design, location, scholarships, fee structure and return on investment. The informative session ended with discussion on the various questions raised by the students.

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University Fair as a part of IC3 Regional Forum

January 19, 2019

40 students of class 11 had an opportunity to meet delegates of foreign and Indian universities as a part of IC3 regional conference hosted by The Emerald Heights International School on January 19, 2019. The delegates from various universities highlighted details of their institution including location, scholarships, admission requirements, fee structure and popular programmes. The students interacted with delegates from the following universities:

Les Roches Global Hospitality Education (Switzerland)
Macquarie University, Sydney (Australia)
St. George’s University, Grenada (West Indies)
Budapest Metropolitan University (Hungary)
Full Sail University (Florida)
University of Sydney (Australia)
Ecole Hoteliere Lausanne (Switzerland)
Ashoka University (Sonepat)
FLAME University (Pune)
Indian School of Hospitality (Gurgaon)
Anant National University (Ahmedabad)
DICE School of Hospitality & Culinary Arts (Mumbai)
Indian School of Design and Innovation (Mumbai)

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US Higher Education & Emerging Careers

August 21, 2018

KICUnivAssist conducted a session on ‘Explore Studying in the US’ to apprise students of class XI and XII about the admission procedure in various universities in the US. 42 students from Choithram School attended the session on August 21, 2018.The resource person Mr. Rohit Kandari, Assistant Director – Outreach of KIC UnivAssistbegan the introductory session stating the US as the most preferred destination due to flexibility and diversity along with the highest employability. He also briefed about the application procedure, scholarships etc. for admission to these universities. The delegates from 18 universities of the US highlighted the details of the institution including location, scholarships, fee structure and popular programmes.

Following delegates from different universities were a part of the US University Tour:

Capitol Technology University(Laurel, Maryland): Samantha Van Sant
Depaul University(Chicago, Illinois): Kelsey Howard
Florida International University(Miami, Florida): Laura Pacchioni
Full Sail University(Winter Park, Florida): Anu Kalhan
Hobart And William Smith Colleges(Geneva, New York): Marylyn Uhnak
Indiana University Bloomington(Bloomington, Indiana: Maria Santa
New York Film Academy(New York, New York): Maria Culbertson
Ohio University(Athens, Ohio): Vicki Seefeldt West
Rutgers University–Camden (Camden, New Jersey): Nadia Agarrat
San Diego State University(San Diego, California): David Ayers
Savannah College Of Art And Design (Savannah, Georgia): Swapnil Nadkarni
The University Of Kansas(Lawrence, Kansas): SomerChalfant
University Of Oklahoma(Norman,Oklahoma): Dakota Horn
University Of California, Santa Barbara(Santa Barbara, California): Cuca Acosta
University Of Houston(Houston, Texaa): Me’lisaGreenidge
University Of Missouri(Columbia, Missouri): Ragh Singh
University Of Tennessee, Knoxville (Knoxville,Tennessee): Katie King
Wabash College(Crawfordsville, Indiana): James Quill

The concluding session witnessed the discussion of the students with the various delegates of these universities.

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Session on ‘Study Abroad Opportunities in Germany’

January 16, 2018

Mr. Rakesh Kumar from Abroad College and working in Cologne, Germany conducted a session on the undergraduate courses and different educational Programes in Germany for the students of class XI on January 16, 2018. The resource person briefed about Abroad College which works in collaboration with the Aachen University of Technology, listed under the top 20 Universities of the world.

He informed the students about 138 International Programmes and specific language courses along with the fee structure and the semester exam pattern in Germany. As the Universities in Germany have a wide network of partnerships with local and international research institutes, students can connect part time with European Union affiliated companies to gain experience and financial assistance. The speaker also invited the students for the Summer Programme of about two weeks to gain insight into the various courses. The interactive session ended with the clarification of certain queries pertaining to learning programme in Germany.

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Session on ‘Study Abroad Opportunities in Singapore’

November 15, 2017

Ms. Tricha Vatsa from Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore apprised the students of classes XI and XII about the admission procedure in various universities of Singapore. The speaker also informed about the two best known universities- National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU). More than 16 leading foreign universities and around 7000 Multinational Corporations have set up their base in Singapore offering limitless career and networking possibilities. She also informed them about the eligibility criteria for tuition grants, application procedure and proficiency tests for admission to undergraduate course in these universities. The interactive session ended with the discussion and clarification of queries by the students.

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Session on ‘Education Abroad in the US’

October 24, 2017

Simpled conducted a session on ‘Education Abroad in the US’ to apprise students of class XI and XII about the admission procedure in various universities in the US on October 24, 2017. The resource person Mr. Yasir Ansari, Co- Founder of Simpled, began the introductory session and narrated his educational journey from India to one of the renowned universities in the US. The delegates Ms. Stephanie A. Cheeseman from Wright State University, Ohio and Mr. Michael Cummings from Truman State University, Missouri explained the design, location, scholarships, fee structure and procedure for admission in these universities. The session ended with the discussion on the various questions raised by the students.

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Session on SAT by Skill Maestro

September 19, 2017

To impart preparedness to the youth for distinctive career opportunities in the US universities, Skill Maestro, Indore conducted a session on SAT for the students of classes XI and XII on September 19, 2017.The resource person Mr. Pankaj Parihar guided the students on the various aspects of taking SAT exam and emphasized on qualitative and verbal skills. The assessment procedure, academic scores, extracurricular achievements, need based and merit based scholarship were well dealt by the speaker. The information about various US universities where SAT scores are not considered as criteria for deciding the admission was also explained to the students. The session concluded with the clarification of queries of the students.

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Session on SAT by Jamboree Education Pvt. Ltd.

August 31, 2017

Jamboree Education Pvt. Ltd. organised a career counselling session in the school pertaining to SAT for class IX to XII students on August 31, 2017.The resource person Mr. Srivatsan briefed the students about SAT dates, registration deadlines, pattern of exam and assessment criteriafor admission in various t US universities. The speaker also highlighted the special features of the US education system comprising of course flexibility, duration flexibility and academics. The information regarding types of universities –Harvard, MIT, Yale, Boston, Michigan, Austin, Ohio and many more was given by the speaker. Speaking on the quality of education, research and development opportunities, better placements, internships and various scholarships available under merit and need based, the resource person advised students to study abroad and not settle abroad. The informative session ended with the queries pertaining to SATexam.

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University Professors from US Universities Apprise Students About Various Career Options in US

August 22, 2017

A session based on exploring higher opportunities at the US universities was organized in the school for the students of classes XI and XII on August 22, 2017. The delegates from Florida International University (Ms. Laura Pacchioni), Ohio University (Ms. Vicky Seefeldt West), University of California, Riverside (Ms. SerayTeleke) and University of Oklahoma (Mr. Dakota Horn) interacted with the students to provide them information regarding the undergraduate courses available in these universities.

Mr. RohitKandari, Project Lead of KIC UnivAssist apprised the students about the changing world of careers. As the US education encourages innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship, it has become the most preferred destination with 4700+ universities and colleges. The speaker guided the students to pursue their passion and explore variety of careers as flexibility and diversity have become the focal areas of education. He also informed about the two year, four year degree courses, application deadlines, scholarships and SAT exam.

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SAT Session For Parents and Students of Classes IX, X and XI by Ms. Lisa Jain, Country Representative – India College Board

January 16, 2017

An informative session on ‘SAT exam for admission to the US universities’ was conducted for the parents and students by the College Board organisation on January 16, 2017 in our school. The resource person Ms. Lisa Jain, Country Representative – India, College Board briefed everyone about the mission driven non-profit College Board organisation engaged in conducting exams for the US universities. SAT is regarded as one of the critical parts of the US College application and focuses on skill based assessment rather than curriculum based. Ms. Jain elaborately explained the procedure and exam format, mode of application, SAT suite of assessment and advised students to take PSAT for diagnostic assessment. The benefits of taking SAT, useful predictors and testing windows were also dealt in-depth by the speaker. Focusing on the need to take the three dimensional essay based on reading, writing and analysis, the resource person also discussed the details regarding scores, sub scores and score delivery followed by SAT subject tests conducted by few universities. She also apprised everyone about curriculum based Advanced Placement Programme offered to high school students to strengthen college application, credits and academic aspect.

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University Professors from US Universities Apprise Students About Various Career Options in US

July 26, 2016

To explore the diverse opportunities in career and education, a session on ‘Studying in the USA’ was conducted by Mr. Ganesh Kohli, Director KIC UnivAssiston July 26, 2015 for the students of classes XI and XII. Through a presentation based on the US education ethos of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creativity, he explained the contribution of American universities and colleges in producing technical experts and Nobel laureates.

In the subsequent session, delegates from nine US universities as part of the KIC UnivAssist 2016 Fall American University Tour introduced the locations, fast facts and application requirements of their institutions. Students interacted with the delegates of these institutions based on their areas of study and interest. The delegates were from Hillsborough Community College, New York Film Academy, Ohio University, Savannah College of Art and Design, SUNY Plattsburgh, University at Buffalo, the State University of New York, University of California, Irvine, University of Oklahoma and Washington & Jefferson College. The session benefitted the students in understanding and developing the better education plan for their future.

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Workshop on SAT and Letters of Recommendation for US Universities

April 16, 2016

An informative session on ‘ How can school help students to take SAT exam and how to write effective letters of recommendation for the US universities?’ was conducted for the teachers and counsellors of various schools by the College Board organization on April 16, 2016 at Emerald Heights International School. Ms. Lisa Jain, Country Director – India of College Board briefed everyone about the College Board organization engaged in conducting exams for the US universities. Ms. Raminder Mac, Dean – International Affairs, Ms. Chitralekha Kulkarni, HOD English Department, Senior School and Ms. Dipti Telang, faculty, English Department, Senior School attended the session.

SAT is regarded as one of the critical parts of the US College application and focuses on skill based assessment rather than curriculum based. The resource person elaborately explained the procedure and mode of application stressing on the six digit International School code for identification. The benefits of taking SAT, useful predictors, suite of assessment, testing windows in fall and spring were also dealt in depth by the speaker. The speaker also informed about the eight key changes to SAT, exam format and administrative timelines till 2018 along with the redesigned SAT applicable from May 2016. Focusing on the need to take the three dimensional essay based on reading, writing and analysis, the resource person also discussed the details regarding scores, sub scores and score delivery. The expert also advised to take PSAT/NMSQT for diagnostic assessment.

The second session was based on ‘How to write effective letters of recommendation for the US universities?’ The emphasis was laid on the components of application including school profile, purpose and courses offered. The recommendation letters one each by a counsellor and a teacher are mandatory for admission. The speaker suggested to the teachers to look for the human element in the recommendation letters and guided to include the evidences, anecdotes, examples to make it effective and unique in all respects. Citing the role of the counsellor as floodlight and teachers as spotlight, the speaker listed the criteria like intellectual curiosity, level of engagement, willingness to take risk and depth for admission to highly competitive colleges. The enriching learning session ended with the discussions on the various questions raised by the participants.

University Professors from US Universities Apprise Students About Various Career Options in US

July 28, 2015

To explore the diverse opportunities in career and education, a session on ‘Studying in the USA’ was conducted by Mr. Ganesh Kohli, Director KIC UnivAssist on July 28, 2015 for the students of classes XI and XII. Through a presentation based on the US education ethos of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creativity, he explained the contribution of American universities and colleges in producing technical experts and Nobel laureates. He briefed about the types of institutions and degrees in the US, specialized programmes, financial aid, funding, SAT exam score and planning schedule required for studying abroad.

In the subsequent session, delegates from fifteen US universities as part of the KIC UnivAssist 2015 Fall American University Tour introduced the locations, fast facts and application requirements of their institutions. Students interacted with the delegates of these institutions based on their areas of study and interest. The delegates were fromWestern Kentucky University, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, University of Michigan-Flint, University Of Colorado Boulder, University of California, Riverside, University Of California, Irvine – Extension, The University Of Vermont, Savannah College Of Art And Design, Saint Louis University, Old Dominion University, Ohio University, Kendall College, Foothill + De Anza Colleges , Florida International University and Augustana College. The session benefitted the students in understanding and developing the better education plan for their future.

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Workshop on SAT and Letters of Recommendation for US Universities

April 16, 2016

An informative session on ‘ How can school help students to take SAT exam and how to write effective letters of recommendation for the US universities?’ was conducted for the teachers and counsellors of various schools by the College Board organization on April 16, 2016 at Emerald Heights International School. Ms. Lisa Jain, Country Director – India of College Board briefed everyone about the College Board organization engaged in conducting exams for the US universities. Ms. Raminder Mac, Dean – International Affairs, Ms. Chitralekha Kulkarni, HOD English Department, Senior School and Ms. Dipti Telang, faculty, English Department, Senior School attended the session.

SAT is regarded as one of the critical parts of the US College application and focuses on skill based assessment rather than curriculum based. The resource person elaborately explained the procedure and mode of application stressing on the six digit International School code for identification. The benefits of taking SAT, useful predictors, suite of assessment, testing windows in fall and spring were also dealt in depth by the speaker. The speaker also informed about the eight key changes to SAT, exam format and administrative timelines till 2018 along with the redesigned SAT applicable from May 2016. Focusing on the need to take the three dimensional essay based on reading, writing and analysis, the resource person also discussed the details regarding scores, sub scores and score delivery. The expert also advised to take PSAT/NMSQT for diagnostic assessment.

The second session was based on ‘How to write effective letters of recommendation for the US universities?’ The emphasis was laid on the components of application including school profile, purpose and courses offered. The recommendation letters one each by a counsellor and a teacher are mandatory for admission. The speaker suggested to the teachers to look for the human element in the recommendation letters and guided to include the evidences, anecdotes, examples to make it effective and unique in all respects. Citing the role of the counsellor as floodlight and teachers as spotlight, the speaker listed the criteria like intellectual curiosity, level of engagement, willingness to take risk and depth for admission to highly competitive colleges. The enriching learning session ended with the discussions on the various questions raised by the participants.