Seminar on career counselling held

KIMIN, July 24: A seminar on ‘Career counselling cum guidance’ was conducted by the local NGO, namely ‘Kimin Let’s Change’ here at the ITBP’s recruitment training centre auditorium on Tuesday.
A total of 300 students from different schools of Kimin town participated in the seminar, which aimed at boosting the morale of class X and class XII students of the area.
RGU’s Joint Registrar Dr David Pertin, who was the main resource person of the programme, explained the career opportunities of the students through a Power Point presentation.
He emphasized on area specific careers such as rural health, teaching, tourism, foreign interpreters, law, music, fashion world, journalism, film making, civil aviation, food technology and non-formal fields etc and motivated the students to identify their own area of interests and inner talents to opt the careers of their choice.
Kimin CHC Medical Officer Dr Minge Tana and Evangelist Tame Jamu, lecturer of New Life Bible College, Dobam spoke on drug menace and the need of moral values.
On the sideline of the programme, ITBP personnel and youths remembered the martyrs of Kargil conflict 1999 on the occasion of week-long 20th Anniversary Kargil Vijay Diwas.
RTC-ITBP Commandant (training) Ashok Singh Bhist gave a motivational lecture on the occasion.
Kimin Veterinary Officer Dr Tarh Taram asked the students to be more sincere in their studies.
Among others, ITBP officers and soldiers, government officials, teachers were present in the day-long programme.