PASIGHAT, Jun 20: The Adi Baane Kebang Youth Wing (ABKYW), led by its president Oki Dai and Education secretary Gige Pertin, successfully organised the 3rd edition of the education fair-cum-career counseling at the ABK headquarters office here on Thursday.

The event was attended by Mebo MLA Oken Tayeng and East Siang deputy commissioner Tayi Taggu.

A total of 18 prestigious universities and colleges joined the event as education partners, providing valuable guidance and support to over 400 students who attended the fair.

Taggu lauded the efforts of ABKYW and encouraged students to benefit from the sessions offered.

Additionally, MLA Tayeng congratulated the ABKYW team for their consistent success in organising the fair for the third consecutive year. He praised the organisation’s efforts in providing scholarships to deserving students and urged attendees to explore various educational opportunities, including those in the tourism industry, which has significant potential in the state.

ABK Apex president Tadum Libang also spoke.

Dai and Pertin, while extending their gratitude to the guests, announced ABKYW’s collaboration with Kota-based Bansal Classes, which has recently opened its Guwahati branch.

The first 40 students who apply for NEET coaching will receive a 50 percent discount on the total fee, valid until June 21, as informed by Bansal Class Guwahati assistant manager, Rajat Chettry.