|Early Times Report|
JAMMU, Sept 12: In a concerted effort to empower its students with valuable career insights and opportunities, Government Degree College (GDC) Ghagwal organized an enlightening awareness camp in collaboration with the District Employment and Counselling Centre, Samba. Under the able guidance of the college's Principal, Dr. Sujata Slathia, and spearheaded by Dr. Deepika Sharma, the Career Counselling Cell, in conjunction with NSS Program Officer, Dr. Vani Awasthi, orchestrated this enlightening session.
The event witnessed the participation of Dushyant Singh and Prabjot Singh from the District Employment and Counselling Centre, who played a pivotal role in educating the eager students about various government-run online platforms. These platforms serve as invaluable resources, offering insights into a staggering 3600 career options along with their comprehensive details. Furthermore, the session delved into the application process for loans and the utilization of opportunities that align with the students' future aspirations.
One of the highlights of the camp was the comprehensive breakdown of online and offline government schemes designed specifically for students' benefit. These schemes encompass a wide array of initiatives aimed at providing financial support, skill development, and career growth prospects.
The event garnered an enthusiastic response from the college's NSS volunteers and esteemed faculty members, including Prof. Ramzan Ali, Dr. Rajni Bala, Dr. Deepika Sharma, Dr. Rahul Verma, Dr. Rajesh Bhandari, Dr. Kajal, Dr. Kamlesh Kumari, Harvinder Kour, Dr. Sheetal Thappa, Dr. Anjali Bala, and Dr. Tania Baloria. Their active participation underscored the significance of such initiatives in guiding and nurturing the aspirations of the youth.
GDC Ghagwal remains committed to fostering an environment of holistic development and empowerment for its students. Through events like these, the college continues to be a beacon of inspiration for its students, offering them the tools and knowledge they need to embark on successful career journeys.