Sao Chang College hosts webinar on ‘occupation counselling’ | MorungExpress
Tuensang, Might 22 (MExN): Sao Chang College, Tuensang hosted a in the end webinar on ‘occupation counselling’ for the outgoing school college students with Samuel Vaiphei (IRS), Deputy Director, Directorate Primary of GST Intelligence, Siliguri Zonal Unit, West Bengal and Hotoni Yeptho, Assistant Professor, Division of Sociology, Sao Chang College as a result of the helpful useful resource people on Might 21.
The webinar was organised by the Occupation Guidance Committee, Sao Chang College with the aim to equip the students with broader data and understanding about occupation prospects in a number of fields as they enterprise further in life, acknowledged a press launch from Media Cell Sao Chang College, Tuensang.
Samuel Vaiphei spoke on the topic ‘occupation prospects in civil suppliers.’ He began by giving a brief historic background on how civil suppliers in India had been launched by the British, in order to manage regulation and order inside the nation. He launched completely completely different administrative suppliers and likewise gave momentary description regarding the work custom associated to each respective service every inside the central and state stage.
He reiterated on the importance of inculcating the ‘spirit of curiosity’ among the many many school college students and extra impressed the students to not neglect their undergraduate analysis nevertheless develop deep curiosity of their respective subject. He challenged the students to see the civil suppliers not merely as a technique of incomes nevertheless execute the obligation with absolute honesty and to not compromise their integrity.
Hotoni Yeptho supplied on the topic ‘Institutions offering Grasp’s diploma.’ She highlighted the people regarding completely completely different Institutions inside and open air Nagaland, offering Grasp’s Program in a number of disciplines. She moreover shared the required knowledge such as a result of the eligibility requirements and worth buildings of each institute.
The webinar was moderated by Dr Shokip Tumtin, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemistry and a welcome sort out was delivered by N Tekameren, Assistant Professor, Division of Botany. The programme ended with a vote of thanks from Vidila Jing, Assistant Professor, Division of Zoology.