College notes

Workshop on career counselling

Ludhiana: A press conference was held at Kamla Lohtia SD College to apprise students about a workshop on career counselling that is going to be organised on the college campus on May 18.

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Ludhiana: A press conference was held at Kamla Lohtia SD College to apprise students about a workshop on career counselling that is going to be organised on the college campus on May 18. The workshop is being held with a purpose to provide guidance to young students who have passed Class XII, on choice of their career and relevant academic courses. Principal Bimlesh Kumar Gupta gave details of the workshop and stressed its significance when a large number of students are going abroad without timely guidance. Dr Mohammad Saleem, head of postgraduate department of economics, also deliberated upon the topic of the workshop. 

Workshop-cum-placement drive

A workshop-cum-placement drive by Seair Transport Systems was organised at the Khalsa Institute of Management and Technology for students of MBA and MCA. There were two sessions for the students on career guidance and group discussion. In the first session, Hariom Jindal  explained various operations of the logistics industry. In the second session, a group discussion was held. As many as 12 students were shortlisted for the final interview. TNS

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