Mangaluru: Daiji Trust holds career guidance programme for class 10, PUC, degree students

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Nov 20: Planning for a future is a path where it helps the youths to choose a right direction in their life. Keeping this aspect, the Daiji Trust, Mangaluru organized a career guidance programme for the students of class 10, PUC and degree along with their parents on Sunday, November 19 at Lady of Mercy church hall, Paneer.

The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the guest. Fr Victor D'Mello, parish priest, Paneer Church, Praveen Tauro, convenor, Daiji Trust, Walter Nandalike, founder, Daijiworld Media Group, Stany Bela, writer and director graced the inaugural ceremony along with the president and secretary of Parish Council, Paneer Church.

In his inaugural speech, Fr Victor said, "Nowadays our youths are misguided by society. No one is interested in our youths' future. The selfish minds use them for personal benefits. Somewhere our young community also failed to understand themselves. The organizations like Daiji Trust are actively involved in motivating youths for their better future."

In his speech, Walter Nandalike emphasized the benefits of enrolling in government jobs and administrative services. He also advised the participants about the importance of joining politics and participating in the process of democracy. Finally he warned the participants against the drug mafia and hasty decision making mentality of current youths.

Stany Bela spoke about the entertainment industry and its job market.

Praveen Tauro delivered an introductory speech and welcomed the guests and participants. Vincent Pinto Angelore rendered a vote of thanks. Ronal Nazareth Byndoor , former convenor of Daiji Dubai, compared the event.




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