Career Launcher to conduct special seminar on increasing overall Score!

(Sep. 16, 2009, New Delhi): Career Launcher conducted a special seminar for the benefit of CAT (Common Admission Test) 2009 aspirants today – ‘Seeing is believing’ aimed at helping CAT students smartly increase their overall score. Mr. R. Sreenivasan, an alumnus of IIM-B and the director of Career Launcher who has many years of experience mentoring students for CAT, anchored the seminar.

Before the seminar, the students were shown some motivational video clips. Then, Mr. Sreenivasan discussed how they can maximize their score and what their strategy should be. He guided the students with lots of tips for CAT-2009 with ample of motivational stories. After the seminar, Mr. Sreenivasan took queries from the attendees on preparing for CAT and how the change in CAT format will affect their preparation.

The seminar was conducted at Sriram Auditorium, in two time slots (2.00 PM to 5.00 PM and 5:30PM to 8:30 PM). The seminar saw participation of more than 2000 students from all parts of Delhi $ NCR. The attendees were simply thrilled at learning how simple the CAT-2009 can be.

“Attempting this seminar has helped me overcome my fear and I am going back to my home with lots of valuable tips” said an elated participant student.

About Career Launcher: Founded in 1995 by a group of IIT-IIM alumni, Career Launcher began its journey with one vision — to enable people realize their potential and make their dreams come true. Their belief has always been in mentoring lives rather than imparting lessons and their core dedication has been towards the cause of democratizing education and enhancing capabilities. Presently, Career Launcher is enabling people to achieve their career dreams in more than 150 locations across India and the Middle East.

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