Yi Nagaland, SC hold career guidance

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/18/2021 12:24:52 PM IST

A career guidance programme on the topic, career choices after graduation” was organised by Young Indians (Yi) Nagaland Chapter in collaboration with Sazolie College (SC) Phezhu, Jotsoma on April 14 at the college.

A press release by SC media cell stated that the career guidance was organised for the BA VI semester students of the college with Faculty Core Institute, Kezieke Kohima, Imsong Meren; North East MRIIRS Faridabad, Nirmali, director, India Trail, Rohan Abraham and Northeast GNI Hyderabad, Kendiliu R. Buragohain as resource persons. 

The release informed that queries relating to higher education, competitive exams, business opportunities etc. were raised during the programme.

On higher education options, Nirmali advised the students to take up professional courses after graduation which would focus on enhancing their skills and knowledge. 

Responding to the question on challenges faced by north east students and individuals living outside the region, Kendiliu said the vast cultural difference was“ one common challenge” which results in students and individuals opting to come back to their own hometown. 

She then urged the students to make room for adjustments and not let these “small differences” come in the way of fulfilling their dreams. 

On the duration of clearing a competitive exam, Imsong Meren said one needs to imbibe qualities such as patience, persistence and perseverance. Meren said these exams are like marathon hence these qualities were crucial to clearing these exams.

On the issue of unemployment in the state, Rohan Abraham said that individuals could also seek job opportunities in the private sector as the scope of job opportunities in the private sector has increased and there was a great need for employees in various private fields. 

The programme was chaired by Imtijungshi (BA VI semester), welcome address was delivered by principal, Sazolie College, Dr. Kangzangding Thou and vote of thanks by Sürhonülü (BA VI semester). 


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