Mangaluru: International webinar on Career Orientation held at St Aloysius College (Autonomous)


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Mangaluru, Nov 24: The department of Computer Science, Applications and Animation of St Aloysius College (Autonomous), here, on November 24 organised an International Career Orientation programme on 'My Experience with Numbers' at Sanidhya hall on the Zoom/Youtube platform.

Namitha Pais, a graduate assistant, University of Connecticut, United States and an Alumna of St Aloysius College (Autonomous), here, was the resource person.

Namitha introduced the blossoming openings accessible in different colleges abroad for the IT - graduates. She additionally clarified the various assessments and strategies to get into these colleges for the advanced education and research. She threw light on the potential colleges abroad, where one can scrutinize the experts and PhD programmes.

50 participants joined the webinar through Youtube and 320 participants joined through the Zoom platform.

The programme began by Vinaya Durga, assistant professor of the department invoking God’s blessings. Premalatha Shetty assistant professor introduced the resource person and welcomed the participants. Dr Ravindra Swami, the dean extended words of gratitude.

Royal Praveen D’Souza and Praveen B, assistant professors co-ordinated the programme.

Yathish Ravindra Rao and Anil Lobo offered specialized and technical support.

  

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