Career guidance seminar held
KANGPOKPI | Apr 20
A one-day Seminar programme on ‘Students Career Guidance’ was organised by the Maralui Karalimei Swijoikang (Maram Students’ Union) at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (DBHSS), Maram Centre today.
The Career guidance programme was targeted for students of class IX and X of the surrounding area where about 500 students from different school participated in the programme at DBHSS auditorium.
During the inaugural session the president of MKS, Luikang Luckson highlighted that the programme is organised with a very specific manner for the students whose parents are illiterate and could not guide their children, even if their children have the potential to achieve a good career.
T.A. Paul, senior manager, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Guwahati and Luikang Mathew RK, branch manager, United India Insurance, Imphal attended the programme as resource persons and they highlighted the importance of cultivating reading habits in the high school life and the importance of career planning that directs the way to students’ career.