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Career Counselling Program Held At Biswanath College

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Biswanath Chariali, May 26: Success Mantras- training cum awareness session on preparation for competitive examinations with special focus on UPSC examinations was held at Biswanath College under the aegis of the Career Counselling Cell in collaboration with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the college. The programme was conducted by Meenakshi Saikia, director, Assam Coaching Centre, Guwahati, as the resource person. Inaugurating the session, Dr Chinta Mani Sharma, principal, Biswanath College stated that students of our rural colleges have immense potential and the institutions must play a proactive role in harnessing their potentials. He expressed the hope that such training and orientation programmes would go a long way in building the career paths of the students. Resource person Meenakshi Saikia offered the students detailed information on IAS, IPS and different allied services under the Union Public Service Commission. She also oriented the students on APSC, SSC, railways and banking sector examinations.

Overcoming the fear factor and proper knowledge of the syllabus are the initial steps to crack an examination, she quipped. After the presentation, a lively interaction with the students took place. At the outset of the programme, a brief introduction of the resource person was offered by Dr Dipankar Saikia, coordinator, Career Counselling Cell. Besides a large number of students, the training session was also attended by Dr Naresh Thakur, coordinator, IQAC, Dr Arun Chaliha, president, Biswanath College Teachers Unit, Dr Mita Hazarika, Dr Debashis Sarmah, assistant coordinator, IQAC, Dr. Lalit Baruah, Dr Rinkumoni Kalita, Arabinda Das and a host of other teachers.

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