NAHARLAGUN, Oct 29: Interactive sessions on career guidance, organised by the Helping Hands Club, were held for over 250 students of class 10 and 12 at five schools within the Capital Complex.
The programme, which concluded here on Saturday, aimed to guide the students in their choice of careers, especially projecting students from lower income strata background.
The students were motivated to pursue their choice of subject after class 10. Their doubts regarding the courses available and ways to check college authentication after class 12 were also clarified.
Helping Hands Club Secretary, Techi Tapu also appreciated resource persons Habung Sira, Tana John, Nabam Kaku and Duyu Anga for their efforts in guiding the students.