Bringing the Best of Northeast India, One Step Closer to You

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We believe in relevance of events. And for any event to be relevant we know what matters the most, being on time. All our events are timed according to the demand of the market. Edufest is annually held after the conclusion of final examinations and EduOptions just after the declaration of the results. This makes it possible for us to garner maximum footfall and at the same time provide the students the necessary window to decide and take the next big career step.

Advantage Lynchpin

Lynchpin exhibitions are the most trusted brands among the students and the visiting education institutes for admissions, making them India’s best attended and most effective student recruitment fairs.

The exhibitions are a cost effective platform to target key student markets in North East attracting the most premium education brands in India and abroad.

We do not allow any agent /consultant participation ensuring that only genuine students visit our fairs.

Edufest and Edu-Options are India’s only education fair series with sponsorship and participation of the British Council, USEFI, Thai Government, and World’s Top 20 Universities.

Only accredited institutions are invited to Lynchpin’s education exhibitions to ensure that the region’s students get the opportunity to enroll in the very best.

Our media partners are selected keeping every state in mind and we associate with print and television leaders in the North-Eastern states.

Headquartered locally (Guwahati), we have the requisite knowledge of the region vital in organising exhibitions in this sensitive region.

Important Factors

66.35% of North East students migrate for higher studies, out of which, 78.15% for graduate studies, 11.48% for Engineering/managerial, 6.80% for Research/Ph. D. and 3.57% for medical studies.

North East India has the lowest ratio of Higher Education institutions to students

According to University Grants Commission (UGC) data, over five lakh students from eight states of the northeast ventured outside the region last year due to lack of proper higher education facilities.

Easy Availability of education loans and rising incomes of parents has enabled them to invest money in their child’s education and send them out of the region for quality education.

Source: Assam Chronicle