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Career guidance in Peren, Kma
Published on 28 May. 2010 12:10 AM IST
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A one day career conference organized by Vocational Guidance and Counseling Cell, SCERT Nagaland was held on May 22 at Government High School, Peren. According to a press note, altogether 150 students and teachers attended the conference and the inaugural function was chaired by Suipueny Theilung, headmaster Government High School, Peren. In the first session the resource person, Zavise Rume, TRA SCERT spoke on academic guidance and how to make career planning and highlighted the various job-oriented subjects and their multi career scopes. Further, urged the students to be strong and firm while deciding their career and dedicate themselves more in daily academic studies.
In the second session, Shilu Ao, APO SCERT spoke on vocational guidance and said that no work is low. Encouraging the students, he asked them to take-up any manual job to meet their daily needs and further highlighted about the different institutions in Nagaland which offer vocational trainings. He also highlighted about the industrial training institutes in Kohima which offers courses like cutting and tailoring, mechanic, carpentry, hair-cutting and others giving detail requisite qualification required for under-going various courses at ITI Kohima.
Further, there was an active interaction session between the students and the resource persons on how the students can make the right choice of their career. Earlier the main attraction of the day was career exhibition held at school auditorium where the students were given detail information about different career options. The chairman expressed gratitude to resource persons and the department for initiating such conference for the betterment of students’ community.
Meanwhile, Modern college, Kohima, literary committee conducted a seminar on May, 26 on career guidance with the theme “what must I do?” The resource person of the seminar research assistant, SCERT, Kohima Zavise Rumesaid career was determined by the type of College a student chooses, by the type of books one reads, by the type of friends one keeps coupled with meaningful discussions, etc.
He also emphasized on the development of language skills, intellectual skills, which he termed as employability skills as it prepares a student for work. He further said mastery over the subject matter at the graduation level and strong foundation in academic studies was required as merely getting degrees alone will not give due weightage to achieve one’s goal. “There was an interaction session where the students took zealous participation and responded positively”, he added.

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