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'Crack the Code' infuses a sense of direction for aspiring students

Crack the Code infuses a sense of direction for aspiring students

Manama: 'Crack the Code' organized by Gulf Madhyamam at Bahrain Keraleeya Samajam, concluded on a grand note last Saturday, aiming to alleviate students' exam-related worries, tension, and stress.

The inauguration of the program was carried out by VK Hamza Abbas, Chief Editor of Gulf Madhyamam.

The event saw the presence of distinguished personalities including Bahrain Keraleeya Samajam President PV Radhakrishna Pillai, Indian School Chairman Adv. Binu Mannil Varughese, Madhyamam Global Business Head K. Mohammed Rafeeq, Gulf Madhyamam Bahrain Executive Committee Chairman Jamal Iringal, Gulf Madhyamam Bahrain Chief Patron MM Zubair and Gulf Madhyamam Regional Manager Jalil Abdulla.

Applied Science University (ASU) President Prof. Hatem Masri, Applied Science University Marketing Manager Abdulhameed Baqi, Horlicks Assistant General Manager Vidyadharan, Dr Shukoor(Srisaukya Ayurvedic Center), Maha Ammar (British University of Bahrain ), Dr George El Rahbani, Dr Shemily P John (University College of Bahrain), Danoleene Tugade (Gulf University), Gowrishankar Srinivasan (Ahlia University), Prof. Nader Mohamed AlBastaki (Kingdom University), Dar Al Shifa General Manager Ahmed Shameer, Deepika Nambiar(Laurels Centre for Global Education), Rahim Thuane (Almarai) and Shabeeba (Subi Homes) were also present among others.

A special session titled 'Rest, Relax, and Reset' was conducted by Aarti C. Rajaratnam, a teacher and author of several best-selling books, providing the audience with valuable insights.

Mahroof CM, an IT expert, transformative coach, and ethical hacker, took a class on 'Study while you sleep.' The students were also treated to a captivating show titled 'Divine in the Minds to Explore' by renowned mentalist and magician Anandhu.

The event featured active participation from various universities, including Applied Science University, University College of Bahrain, Gulf University, Ahlia University, Kingdom University, and British University. Their stalls attracted both students and parents, offering detailed information about courses and programs through multimedia presentations.

University officials present at the stalls engaged with attendees, providing an opportunity to address queries and seek additional details.

The program witnessed a significant turnout of students, parents, education activists, and teachers, emphasizing its importance and success in addressing the concerns associated with exams. The diverse range of sessions, coupled with the active involvement of universities, contributed to making the event informative and engaging for all participants.

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