Mangaluru: St Agnes College organizes webinar on career planning, development


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Mangaluru, May 25: The department of Business Administration organized a Webinar on career planning and development for the Under Graduate and PUC students of various colleges on May 23.

Sr Dr Venissa AC principal inaugurated the programme and conveyed her best wishes. Abhilash K, managing director of Abhijnya Education Private Limited was the resource speaker.

Abhilash said that students should assess themselves, evaluate their career skills, set career goals to implement and maximize their career plan. He listed out the various courses available after completion of PUC/Degree. He also said that the students need to create their future, assess their strengths, build personality and explore various options available to build their careers. He gave a few tips on how to prepare for the various competitive exams and manage time.

The webinar had 125 participants from various colleges who actively participated by asking their doubts on career planning. The programme was conducted on Google Meet. Dr Neethu Suraj, assistant professor of BBA welcomed the resource speaker and the participants. Elson Dsouza, assistant professor of BBA delivered the vote of thanks while Sabina Dsouza HOD of BBA coordinated the programme.

  

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