DSGMC to organise career guidance fair

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) will organise a two-day free career guidance fair 2018 (Education Langar) for students on November 2 and 3 next at Bhai Lakhi Shah Vanjara Hall in Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib.

The objective is to connect Punjabi youth with all possible job opportunities in new-age career programmes in digital marketing, data analytics, IT, banking and finance and accounting and business analytics in a transparent and effective manner through the use of technology and counselling as well as training said, DSGMC president Manjit Singh GK here today.

About 100 premier education institutes from India and abroad like the USA education USIEF (US Embassy), British Council, Campus France under French Embassy, IGNOU, State Bank of India, Axis Bank, Ministry of Minorities Affairs, Amity University, Ansal University, SGT university, Lovely University and colleges affiliated to Delhi University have partnered with the event.

This is the seventh such fair being organised in a row in which around 20,000 students are likely to attend the fair to find a career best suited for them based on their aspirations and aptitude and DSGMC volunteers will provide complimentary meal for all visiting students and their parents, said GK.

A dedicated team of expert professionals like Dr Gurpreet Singh of Delhi University, Dr Sarabjit Singh of PAU, Ludhiana, and Sardar Kulvinder Singh will extend services to the younger generation in finding jobs in both national and international job markets through various government agencies and corporate houses while the DSGMC will act as “inspiring mentor” to these students.

Each student or applicant will be assessed according to their aptitude, interest and capability. The parents and students, particularly those belonging to the minority communities, will also be educated about soft loan opportunities available to them from various Central government institutions and other organisations on lower interests rates for various academic courses.

Presently, approximately 45,000 Sikh students are enrolled in CBSE-affiliated chain of Guru Harkrishan Public Schools, four Sikh colleges affiliated to Delhi University and other institutions of higher education, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.

This article was first published on http://www.manuinfo.com.

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