Higher Education Minister Mr. Pawaiyya urges students to be confident
Career opportunity fair held at Sarojini Naidu government girls PG college
Bhopal, March 22, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan): Higher Education Minister Mr. Jaibhan Singh Pawaiyya said that career is not life; it is a part of life. Mr. Pawaiyya said this at the Swami Vivekanand Career Opportunity Fair at the Sarojini Naidu Girls PG (autonomous) College today. He said that students should not get depressed and need to be confident. Mr. Pawaiyya said that by instilling confidence in oneself and by displaying one’s skills one can lead in life. Mr. Pawaiyya inaugurated the career fair and inspected the stalls. Mr. Pawaiyya said that disciples of the same guru could have different ideologies. Students assimilate knowledge from their culture. He said that today there is need for social concern. Students come to educational institutions to shape up their personality. They should remember their resolve towards the nation. Mr. Pawaiyya said that the Prime Minister has asked to encourage skill development. For this, there is need for new experiments in the field of education. Career fair will prove helpful in this regard. Along with this, moral education and new courses are also being introduced. Rozgar Board Chairman Mr. Hemant Deshmukh said that an effort is being made to prepare a platform by connecting 27 departments to make employment and self-employment available. Self-employment fairs will be organized in every district in one year. People can give their suggestions through social media. Employment dialogues will also be organized in the coming days. Principal Dr. Vandana Agnihotri gave information about the college. Mrs. Alka Pradhan informed about the career fair.
Dr. Aditya Lunawat and Additional Director Higher Education Dr. Sudha Baisa were also present on the occasion. A two-day 62nd career fair was organized through Swami Vivekananda Career Guidance Scheme. This year total 65 fairs are being organized through which more than 6700 placements have been made. Over 450 short-term employment-oriented training have been completed this year and more than 50 training programmes are underway. More than 30,000 students are benefiting from this training. Free training of IT software has been started for students of government colleges and state university of Madhya Pradesh aided by Government of India and IIT Mumbai.