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 Young Buzz India's CareerFest 2001 

YoungBuzz India will organise its first CareerFest 2001 at The YoungBuzz Centre, Simplex Mills Compound, Mahalakshmi in Young Buzz IndiaMumbai from April 20 to 22, 2001. CareerFest 2001 will feature talks by eminent speakers on different subjects ranging from overseas education to career opportunities in air force, fashion, television, media, etc.

YoungBuzz India will also organise workshops on a wide range of topics like time management, procrastination, study habits, stress management from April 25 to May 23 and intensive sessions on subjects like creativity, goal-setting, career planning, etc from May 7 to 24, 2001.

Using education as a motivation toolThe concept of education can be termed as dynamic, which unlike the olden days, mirrors the hopes and aspirations of the younger generation in our modern era. Education is a motivational tool which not only helps the students to obtain the conventional degrees and diplomas at school, college or university, but also inspires them to embark on the career of their choice. For the purpose of guiding the student fraternity, YoungBuzz India - the country's first career planning and development company, was launched on April 10, 2001, in Mumbai. The inaugural function was graced by Reliance vice-chairman Mukesh Ambani and prominent actress and Member of Parliament Shabana Azmi.

YoungBuzz offers a host of educational services and helps the students to explore and discover the dream career of their choice. In addition to the interactive and informative workshops on career counselling, public-speaking, time-management, goal-setting, interpersonal-relationships, stress relaxation techniques, etc, YoungBuzz also offers job shadowing opportunities and internships in the field of your choice. YoungBuzz has a team of qualified and experienced counsellors, who will correlate your scores with the suitable streams and occupations; and thus guiding you to an emotionally satisfying, intellectually stimulating and financially rewarding career.

The inaguration of CareerFest 2001YoungBuzz also offers services like the necessary application procedures for selecting a foreign university, cracking the GRE, TOEFL or SAT or securing a visa, which can help you to get a foreign degree. This career planning company has developed a Mentor Forum, which comprises of leading achievers in various fields, who will answer your educational and career related queries. Young Buzz can also take pride in its vast collection of books, films, CD-ROMS and multimedia kits.

Mukesh Ambani and Shabana AzmiRiddhesh Gandhi, the CEO of YoungBuzz India, said, “ We have roped in high achievers from different fields like catering, management, fashion, media, defence services, etc, who will share their experiences with the students of CareerFest 2001. We have developed a series of educational programmes for the students, which will helps them to select a career of their choice. We also offer internships to deserving students in reputed organisations like Birla Group, RPG Group, etc.”


YoungBuzz Centre at Simplex Mills Compound,
Keshavrao Khadye Marg, Saat Rasta, Jacob Circle,
Mumbai - 400011.
Phone: 306 3388 / 89 / 90 / 490 3015 / 7 / 9
E - mail:

By: Wasim Siddiqui

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