Inter-college workshop on career avenues held


In all, 112 students from 20 colleges under Mangalore University, including Host College took part in the workshop. Sathish Bhat, advocate and correspondent, Besant English Medium School inaugurated the workshop.
Norbert Lobo, president, AMUCT, the resource person reminded the students that one does not get a job, merely because they have studied. Instead, one must be passionate about a subject that will help them land a job in their area of interest.
Reminding the students that they are scouting for a job in a highly competitive environment, he dwelt on various competitive exams, potential openings in public and private jobs, especially for art graduates.K S Prabhu, another resource person dwelt on the merits of entrepreneurship and self-employment as a way forward in the present competitive era. He also explained about various bank schemes put in place by the union and state government to foster entrepreneurship, loans available for those looking to start their own ventures, and training provided by multi-skilling agencies such as RUDSET Institute, and other training facilities.
"One must have enthusiasm to learn new things always. Students must also seriously consider making optimum use of earn and learn facilities available now," he added.
Sathish Kumar Shetty, principal, Besant Women’s College said humanities students have great career opportunities. It is in the hands of students to encash the same, he noted.
Devananda Pai of WNES, correspondent of the college, presided over the function.

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