3-Day Mentoring Workshop at KU: Such a workshop will provide a platform for young people at J&K


The Vice Chancellor of the University of Kashmir, Prof. Nilofer Khan, on Monday inaugurated a ‘study abroad’ mentoring workshop for learners from schools, colleges and universities.
The three-day workshop was organized by the university’s Center for Career Planning and Guidance (CCPC) in conjunction with Edu Access, a non-profit initiative that aims to make higher education accessible to its potential learners from disadvantaged sections of society.
In her presidential address, Professor Nilofer praised CCPC and EduAccess for organizing the important workshop which she said provides a platform for young people at J&K to follow the “right directions” on job opportunities. study and employment abroad.
“Our university is committed to facilitating the placement of its students through the CCPC, which is actively working in this direction,” she said, adding that “the right time, the right choice and the right place” is a prerequisite for students to follow. good investments.
Dean of Academic Affairs, Prof. Farooq A Masoodi, who was the guest of honour, said such workshops will enable students to understand the important requirements for applying for jobs or gaining admission abroad.
“This program will cover important things such as writing a statement of purpose, preparing a CV, communication skills, etc., which will definitely help them to have a better vision of how to proceed” , did he declare.
KU Registrar, Dr. Nisar Ahmad Mir, also guest of honor, said the University has taken several initiatives regarding youth development and ensured the full support of the administration for student placement initiatives and programs. .
CCPC Director, Professor Geer Mohammad Ishaq gave a detailed account of the activities and achievements of the Centre. He said 10 aspirants who had undergone coaching at CCPC for JKAS have recently qualified for the preliminary exam, even as other coaching and student placement programs are in the works.
Samir Rashid and Ms. Misbah of EduAccess also spoke on the occasion of the three-day program and its aims and objectives.
CCPC consultant Dr. Bilal Pandov conducted the proceedings of the inaugural session which was attended by students from colleges, schools and universities in Kashmir.


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