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Malaysian education group to visit Chennai

Staff Reporter

CHENNAI: The Legenda Education Group, one of the largest private educational institutions in Malaysia, will be visiting Chennai on Friday to enlist students for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, according to a press release.

The group offers various courses, including degrees in business, accounting, information technology and art and design.

The campus is located in a university township near Mantin town in the State of Negeri and the group has five colleges located in the same campus — Pertama Institute of Technology, Linton College, Legenda College, Jati Institute and Institute of Medical Sciences, Mantin.

Special counselling sessions will be held on Friday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. at BITE Consultancy, 177 Royapettah High Road, 3rd Floor, SMS Centre, Mylapore, Chennai – 600004. Contact numbers are 044-24996688, 9884402678.

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