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Career guidance programme at plus two colleges in Kannur by St. Agnes College

Published On : 16 Nov 2019   |  Reported By : media release


The staff and students of the dept. of Secretarial Practice, St. Agnes College, conducted Career guidance programmes at three Plus two (PU) colleges in Kannur. The colleges were, Government Vocational Higher Secondary School, Kendriya Vidyalaya and St. Theresa School. The team presented the various options available for higher studies and the relevant jobs opportunities on completion of degrees in Arts, Science, BCA, BBA and Commerce to the PU students. This was done with special reference to the Arts programmes as per the request of the Principals of these colleges.

The team consisted of Mrs. Shanthi M. Nazareth, Dean of Arts and HOD of Secretarial Practice, Dr. Nancy H. Vaz, Associate Professor, Dept. of Secretarial Practice, Ms. Maria Antony, Student, Final Year B.A., Ms. Mihika, Student, II Year B.A. Ms.Krisnendu, Vice President, BBA, also joined the team to present her view on the BBA and Commerce programmes. The sessions were well appreciated by the staff and students of the three PU colleges.







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