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Pre-departure Orientation
Germany (Winter 2018)

DATE
Friday, 24 August 2018

TIME
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

VENUE
Dilip Oak's Academy

Open only for students with confirmed admission for Winter 2018 semester.

Call 020-67444222 to Register

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The Weekday Course Advantage

  • Flexible early-morning and evening batches
  • Convenient for college students
  • 90-minutes lectures separated over four days
  • No lectures on weekends

Course Features

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • Separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • More than 1,000 practice questions with detailed explanatory answers to every question
  • GRE Vocabulary Learning Software covering 1,500 frequent GRE® words, audio-visual vocabulary learning approach and frequency-based learning (Available for Android phones and iPhones)
  • Extra lectures covering basic mathematical concepts for students who are weak in maths held on weekends
  • Free admission counseling seminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students and parents explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • 5 full-length GRE mock tests with elaborate reviews

Schedule

* Batch subject to number of enrollments.

The Weekend Course Advantage

  • Ideal for working professionals
  • Attend lectures only on Saturdays and Sundays
  • Study over the weekday to manage your time efficiently

Course Features

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • more than 1000 practice questions with detailed explanatory answers for every question
  • GRE Vocabulary Learning Software covering 1,500 frequent GRE® words, audio-visual vocabulary learning approach and frequency-based learning (Available for Android phones and iPhones)
  • extra lectures covering basic mathematical concepts for students who are weak in Maths held on weekends
  • free admissions counselingseminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students and parents explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • 5 full-length GRE mock tests with elaborate reviews

Schedule

The Intensive Course Advantage

  • Instead of coming every day from Monday to Thursday for one lecture each day, you can complete the same portion by coming twice a week
  • Save travel time and fuel
  • No lectures on weekends. Enjoy your weekends
  • Pay less than the Weekend Batch
  • SAME FACULTY, SAME SYLLABUS

The Oaks Review Advantage

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • Separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • More than 1000 practice questions with detailed explanatory answers for every question
  • GRE Vocabulary Learning Software covering 1,500 frequent GRE® words, audio-visual vocabulary learning approach and frequency-based learning (Available for Android phones and iPhones)
  • Extra lectures covering basic mathematical concepts for students who are weak in Maths held on weekends
  • Free admission counseling seminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students and parents explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • 5 full-length GRE mock tests with elaborate reviews

Schedule

The Super - Intensive Course Advantage

  • Complete the course in just 7 weeks
  • No lectures on weekends. Enjoy your weekends
  • Pay less than the Weekend Batch
  • SAME FACULTY, SAME SYLLABUS

The Oaks Review Advantage

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • more than 1000 practice questions with detailed explanatory answers for every question
  • GRE Vocabulary Learning Software covering 1,500 frequent GRE® words, audio-visual vocabulary learning approach and frequency-based learning (Available for Android phones and iPhones)
  • extra lectures covering basic mathematical concepts for students who are weak in Maths held on weekends
  • free admissions counselingseminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students and parents explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • 5 full-length GRE mock tests with elaborate reviews

Schedule

Save Time, Save Money

  • Four lectures of 90 minutes each, everyday, for 13 days. Lectures held 6 days a week. 5 online computer-based diagnostic tests and vocabulary app (for Android phones and iPhones) included.
  • Our fast track course is specially designed for students who cannot stay in Pune for the full duration of our regular 3-month course. The course has the same number of lectures as the regular course but lasts only 3 weeks, making it very economical and affordable. Dilip Oak's Academy also helps you find accommodation.

Appear at the Right Time, Apply at the Right Time

  • Many outstation students cannot join our regular batches in the course of their graduation. Therefore they have to take the GRE® test only after completing their Bachelor's degree. In this process they waste one valuable year after graduation. An advantage of the Fast Track course is that they can join this course during their second or third year vacations. They can thus take the GRE® test while studying in the final year and join an American university immediately after finishing their Bachelor's degree

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Some Books Give You Great Techniques Some Give You Great Practice. We Give You Both.

  • effective, time-tested techniques and introductory material - specially for the tough Verbal Section
  • in-depth foundational material, including vocabulary learning techniques, a 1500-word high-frequency wordlist and important roots
  • Oak's Vocabulary App custom-made for Android phones and iPhone consisting of an audio-visual wordlist with 1500 frequent GRE® words and useful features like tagging of difficult words and revision of words through interactive quizzes and exercises
  • Oak’s Test Prep - Customized practice sessions with elaborate explanation for every question. Detailed review at the end of the practice session. Track your progress using personalized dashboard.
  • 'Higher Education in America', a book by Mr. Dilip Oak, which provides detailed information on the entire admissions procedure, funding, costs, the applications schedule and a dozen other useful facts

If you cannot come to us, our expertise will come to you.

Additional Services

Schedule

The Oaks Review Advantage

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • Separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • More than 2,400 questions for practice with detailed explanatory answers for every question
  • Two one-on-one Analytical Writing appointments of 80 minutes each with trained counsellors who provide detailed feedback on your essays to improve your analysis and presentation skills
  • Free admission-counseling seminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • Free access to an online Q&A Forum where you can discuss issues with your peers and share information about applications

Schedule

The Oaks Review Advantage

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • more than 2400 questions for practice with detailed explanatory answers for every question
  • 2 one-on-one Analytical Writing appointments of 80 minutes each with trained counsellors who provide detailed feedback on your essays to improve your analysis and presentation skills
  • free admissions counselingseminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • free access to an online Q&A Forum where you can discuss issues with your colleagues and share information about applications

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The Oaks Review Advantage

  • Universities in the US and Canada, expect students who are non-native speakers of English to pass the TOEFL iBT. If you don’t pass this all-important test or earn a respectable score, you just don’t stand a chance. The test is administered only in the Internet-based format in India.
  • Are you concerned about your ability to pass this crucial test? Don’t be. Dilip Oak’s Academy has a perfect track record in this regard. We offer an effective three-week training program comprising classroom lectures, four appointments (two each for speaking and writing), and two mock tests.
  • Our lectures will give you a detailed insight into the four sections of the test. Appointments with our experts will give you the personalized attention you need, to practice for the ‘speaking’ and ‘writing’ sections of the test. And, the mock tests will prepare you fully for the final test.
  • We prepare you perfectly to pass the TOEFL iBT. Once you enroll, your success will be a foregone conclusion.
  • We offer the following batches

Schedule

The Oaks Review Advantage

  • 78 hours of intensive classroom coaching
  • separate sets of books for classwork and homework
  • more than 2400 questions for practice with detailed explanatory answers for every question
  • 2 one-on-one Analytical Writing appointments of 80 minutes each with trained counsellors who provide detailed feedback on your essays to improve your analysis and presentation skills
  • free admissions counselingseminar in the form of an orientation lecture for students explaining the application procedure for American universities, financial requirements and visa formalities
  • free access to an online Q&A Forum where you can discuss issues with your colleagues and share information about applications

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CLASSROOM TRAINING FOR THE IELTS™ TEST

A good IELTS score is required for admission to universities in Australia, New Zealand, and even several European universities. Many American and Canadian universities also accept the IELTS score instead of the TOEFL score. IELTS has two modules—Academic and General Training. The latter is mainly for immigration purposes.

We offer comprehensive, exam-oriented weekday and weekend courses. The duration for the weekday course is one month and weekend course is conducted over five weekends. The course includes:

  • Listening sub-test: audio tracks and recording of student responses are used, creating exam-like conditions for practice.
  • Reading sub-test: extensive practice and strategies are given to help the student complete the section within the allotted time
  • Writing sub-test: detailed discussions and personal sessions are conducted to help students write well-organized and focused essays.
  • Speaking sub-test: individual practice provided in class followed by personal guidance sessions to sharpen speaking skills.
  • The course concludes with a practice test package designed to bring your band-score to the required level.

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CLASSROOM TRAINING FOR THE IELTS™ TEST

Required for admission to universities in Australia, New Zealand, European universities. Many American and Canadian universities have also started accepting the IELTS score in place of the TOEFL score. IELTS has two modules-Academic and General Training (Immigration).

We offer comprehensive weekday and weekend courses. The weekday course duration is one month and weekend course is conducted for 5 weekends. The course includes:

  • Listening sub-test: audio tracks and recording of student responses are used, creating exam-like conditions for practice.
  • Reading sub-test: extensive practice and strategies are given to help the student complete the section within the allotted time
  • Writing sub-test: detailed discussions and personal sessions are conducted to help students write well-organized and focused essays.
  • Speaking sub-test: individual practice provided in class followed by personal guidance sessions to sharpen speaking skills.
  • The course concludes with a practice test package designed to bring your band-score to the required level.

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Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regards to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Course Structure

A1

  • Introduce yourself and others.
  • Understand and use simple, familiar expressions and phrases.
  • Ask and answer basic questions with regard to day-to-day situations.
  • Interact with others in a simple way.

A2

  • Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to everyday situations.
  • Communicate for simple and routine tasks requiring direct exchange of information on familiar matters.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regards to day-to-day needs.

B1

  • Understand familiar matters related to education, work and free time.
  • Handle most travel-related situations in Germany or in German-speaking countries.
  • Describe in simple terms your personal or educational background, current situations and other matters with regard to day-to-day needs.
  • Express yourself simply on familiar topics and areas of personal interests.

B2

  • Understand the complex texts on concrete and abstract topics, as well as technical discussions.
  • Communicate fluently and without much effort with native speakers.
  • Express your opinion on issues in a clear manner and state the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

Schedule

Currently no schedule is available for this course. Please select another option

Pre - Departure Orientation 2018

Every year, Dilip Oak’s Academy organizes a pre-departure seminar for students joining American universities in the fall semester. This program is open for students of the Academy as well as for all other students who have secured admission for the Fall 2018 semester. As the capacity of Siddhi Banquet Hall is only 1,400, we have to split the program into two groups.

Group 1

(Timing: 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm)

Students joining universities with names ranging from A to R (e.g. Arizona State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, etc.) and those ranging from Sa to So (e.g. San Diego State University, Southern Methodist University).

Group 2

(Timing: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm)

Students joining universities with names ranging from T to Z (e.g. Texas Tech University, University of XXXX) and those ranging from St to Sy (e.g. State University of New York - Buffalo, Syracuse University).
Please note that California State University will fall under the letter ‘C’ and the University of California will fall under the letter ‘U’. Similarly, Florida State University will fall under the letter ‘F’ and the University of Florida will fall under the letter ‘U’.

UNIVERSITY - WISE TIME SLOTS

NAME OF THE UNIVERSITY

2:30 PM Slot

06:00 PM Slot

Arizona State University

State University of New York Institute of Technology, Utica

Boston University

State University of New York, Albany

California State University, Chico

State University of New York, Binghamton

California State University, East Bay

State University of New York, Buffalo

California State University, Fullerton

State University of New York, Stony Brook

California State University, Long Beach

Stevens Institute of Technology

California State University, Los Angeles

Syracuse University

California State University, Northridge

Tennessee Technological University

California State University, Los Angeles

Syracuse University

California State University, Northridge

Tennessee Technological University

California State University, Sacramento

Texas A & M University, College Station

California State University, San Bernardino

Texas A & M University, Kingsville

Campbell School of Pharmacy, North Carolina

Texas State University

Carnegie Mellon University

Texas Techonological University

Clemson University

University of Alabama, Huntsville

Cleveland State University

University of Baltimore

College of Staten Island, New York

University of Bridgeport

Colorado State University

University of California, Davis

Columbia University

University of California, Irvine

Cornell University

University of California, Los Angeles

DePaul University

University of California, San Diego

Florida International University

University of California, Santa Cruz

Florida State University

University of Central Florida

George Washington University

University of Cincinnati

Georgia Institute of Technology

University of Colorado, Boulder

Grand Valley State University

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Hult Business School

University of Connecticut

Illinois Institute of Technology

University of Florida

Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis

University of Georgia

Indiana University, Bloomington

University of Houston, Clear Lake

Iowa State University

University of Houston, Main Campus

Kent State University

University of Illinois, Chicago

Lamar University

University of Illinois, Springfield

Lawrence Technological University

University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

Lehigh University

University of Louisiana, Lafayette

Long Island University

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Michigan State University

University of Maryland, College Park

Michigan Technological University

University of Massachuseets, Lowell

Middle Tennessee State University

University of Massachusets, Boston

Mississippi State University

University of Massachusets, Dartmouth

Missouri University of Science & Technology

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

New Jersey Institute of Technology

University of Michigan, Dearborn

New York School of Interior Design

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

New York University

University of Missouri, Kansas City

North Carolina State University

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Northeastern University

University of Nebraska, Omaha

Northern Illinois University

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Northwestern University

University of New Mexico

Ohio State University

University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Oklahoma State University

University of North Dakota

Old Dominion University

University of North Texas, Denton

Pennsylvania State University

University of Pennsylvania

Polytechnic Institute of New York University

University of Pittsburgh

Portland State University

University of Rochester

Purdue University

University of South Florida

Rochester Institute of Technology

University of Southern California

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

University of Texas, Arlington

San Diego State University

University of Texas, Austin

San Francisco State University

University of Texas, Dallas

San Jose State University

University of Texas, San Antonio

Santa Clara University

University of Utah

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville

University of Washington, Seattle

Southern Methodist University

University of Wisconsin, Madison

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Wayne State University

West Virginia University

Western Illinois University

Western Michigan University

Wichita State University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Wright State University

Purpose

The aim and purpose of this special seminar are to explain to you, regulations related to foreign exchange, medical checks, insurance, immunization documentation, port of entry procedure, campus life, accommodation and job opportunities after MS along with other practical matters, including what you need to carry with you to America. Further, you will be given ‘Get Set to Go’, a booklet written by Mr. Dilip Oak, which explains all these matters in great detail.

The chief guest on the occasion will be Margaret A. Wolford (International Graduate Recruiter), School of Engineering & Applied Science, State University of New York Binghamton.

Attending the program will also enable you to meet other students joining the same university, and make joint travel plans.

PARENTS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO ATTEND THE PROGRAMME

Who can attend

This seminar is open only to students (and their parents) joining American universities in Fall 2018. Students are expected to collect entry passes for themselves and their parents from the Academy. A maximum of two passes for parents will be issued.

Collect your entry pass:

  • From Monday, 28th May 2018 to Saturday, 16th June 2018 (9:00 am to 6:00 pm).
  • or
  • At the venue, on the day of the orientation at least 45 minutes before the program

Prerequisites to obtain the entry pass:

  • If you have enrolled at the Admissions Center, produce your Admission Center I-card (compulsory) and photocopy of the I-20 form.
  • If you have enrolled at the Admission Center only for visa counseling, produce your I-card and photocopy of the I-20 form.
  • If you have not enrolled at the Admission Center, produce a photocopy of the I-20 form or admission letter from the university (in case you have not received the I-20 form).

Venue

Siddhi Banquet Hall

Opp. Siddhi Garden, D.P. Road, Near Mhatre Bridge, Pune 411004

Date

Sunday,

17th June 2018

In case your university is not listed here, please call us for the exact time slot.

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9:00 am to 7:00 pm (1st & 3rd Saturday)

12:00 pm to 7:00 pm (2nd & 4th Saturday)

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