Tuensang, Could 22 (MExN): Sao Chang Faculty, Tuensang hosted a sooner or later webinar on ‘profession counselling’ for the outgoing college students with Samuel Vaiphei (IRS), Deputy Director, Directorate Basic of GST Intelligence, Siliguri Zonal Unit, West Bengal and Hotoni Yeptho, Assistant Professor, Division of Sociology, Sao Chang Faculty because the useful resource individuals on Could 21.
The webinar was organised by the Profession Steerage Committee, Sao Chang Faculty with the purpose to equip the scholars with broader information and understanding about profession prospects in several fields as they enterprise additional in life, acknowledged a press launch from Media Cell Sao Chang Faculty, Tuensang.
Samuel Vaiphei spoke on the subject ‘profession prospects in civil providers.’ He started by giving a short historic background on how civil providers in India had been launched by the British, so as to administer regulation and order within the nation. He launched totally different administrative providers and likewise gave temporary description in regards to the work tradition related to every respective service each within the central and state stage.
He reiterated on the significance of inculcating the ‘spirit of curiosity’ among the many college students and additional inspired the scholars to not neglect their undergraduate research however develop deep curiosity of their respective topic. He challenged the scholars to see the civil providers not simply as a method of incomes however execute the duty with absolute honesty and to not compromise their integrity.
Hotoni Yeptho offered on the subject ‘Establishments providing Grasp’s diploma.’ She highlighted the individuals relating to totally different Establishments inside and outdoors Nagaland, providing Grasp’s Program in several disciplines. She additionally shared the required data such because the eligibility standards and price buildings of every institute.
The webinar was moderated by Dr Shokip Tumtin, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemistry and a welcome tackle 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.