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Education develops people, who develop the country. Hence, every kind of educational programme — right from preschool to postgraduate and beyond institute levels and including complementary learning sources like computer centres, tuition classes, professional training and much else — should be advertised in a newspaper with a wide reach.

 

Hindustan Times (HT) is a broadsheet daily that is one of India’s widest circulated newspapers. The Audit Bureau of Circulations, places its circulation at 1.16 million copies as of November 2015 while the Indian Readership Survey 2014 maintained that HT is the country’s second most widely read English newspaper. It is popular in North India, with simultaneous editions from New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi, Bhopal and Chandigarh.

 

Every Wednesday, its free supplement HT Education carries ads in the following formats:

 

• Hindustan Times Education Text Classifieds: These are the cheapest ads because they are simple words laid out in roll-on-line (ROL) and charged by the word/line.

• Hindustan Times Education Classified Display: These are costlier ads because they allow the use of colour, visuals and logos and are charged by the sq.cm.

• Hindustan Times Education Display: These are the most expensive ads as they have no restrictions of size, colour or page and are also charged by the sq.cm.

 

From anywhere in India, the smoothest and fastest way to place an education ad in Hindustan Times newspaper is through Myadvtcorner, the online facility of an INS-accredited ad agency which offers such free services as the latest Hindustan Times education ad rates which vary according to the edition, provides Hindustan Times education ad samples, does Hindustan Times education ad booking online, and books education advertisements in Hindustan Times.

 

So, depend on this instant facility at your fingertips to place Hindustan Times education advertisements.