…as 180th Indian Arrival Anniversary commencesThe Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha on Friday revealed a list of activities that will be hosted in celebration of the arrival of Indians to Guyana.As the list of activities kick off on May 1, Atif Aslam is said to perform alongside other Guyanese artistes, drummers and dancers in concert at the National Stadium.Atif AslamDuring the month-long celebration, a special Ramayan Festival will be held at the Oceanview Mandir Compound, West Coast Demerara, on May 5, celebrating the Ramayan traditions brought by foreparents to Guyana.In addition, there will be cultural events featuring outstanding Guyanese artistes at the Tain Campus, Berbice, and Bath Community Centre Ground, West Berbice, on May 4; and at the Anna Regina Mandir, Essequibo and Better Hope Mandir, ECD on May 5.In mid-May, the East Berbice Praant of the Sabha will host a special lecture and evening of Taan.All proceeds from the concert will go towards the Dharmic Rama Krishna School Expansion project which will involve the construction of a new secondary school and additional primary facilities.
regions: Atlanta / Baltimore / Los Angeles / New York City / Philadelphia / San Diego / San Francisco / Seattle / Washington, DC Related Admissions directors from seven leading business schools will convene for two upcoming multi-school MBA admissions events, one next week in San Francisco and a second the following week in Washington, DC. Moderated by Clear Admit Editor-in-Chief Jeanette Brown, each event will feature representatives from Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, Cornell’s S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, Duke’s Fuqua School, Michigan’s Ross School, NYU Stern School, UVA’s Darden School, and Yale School of Management (SOM).As part of these unscripted discussions, admissions directors will share tips not available on the schools’ websites as they answer hard-hitting questions designed to give attendees a head start on the application process. Applicants themselves will have an opportunity to pose their own questions both as part of a Q&A session at the end of the moderated panel discussion, as well as during an hour-long admissions fair that will take place during the second hour of each event. During the admissions fair, alumni from participating schools will also be present to answer questions about student life and the culture at each school. The first event will take place at the San Francisco Omni Hotel, located at 500 California Street, on Thursday, May 10th, from 7 to 9 p.m. The second will take place at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel, located at 999 9th Street, NW, on Wednesday, May 16th, also from 7 to 9 p.m. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for each event, and attendees are encouraged to arrive early for registration and informal mingling with admissions directors and alumni from the participating schools.These events are open to anyone looking to apply to or enroll in an MBA program, especially the full-time programs at the host schools. Both events are free, but advance registration is requested. To register for the San Francisco event, click here. To register for the DC event, click here.Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn firsthand about seven leading business schools in a single evening. Walk away with a firm understanding of the general MBA application process and increased confidence in your approach, having gotten to know admissions personnel and alumni from each of the host schools. About the AuthorJeanette BrownView more posts by Jeanette Brown Meet Leading Admissions Directors, Clear Admit Editor-in-Chief at Upcoming Events in San Francisco, DC Last Updated May 2, 2018 by Jeanette BrownFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail