AWANTIPORA: A one-day career counselling session on “Career options after completing the degree/course” was held on Tuesday at Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST), Awantipora. The programme was organised by the Career Counselling & Placement Cell of IUST.
Dean School of Technology, Prof A H Moon highlighted the policy of the IUST to have high number of people qualifying national level examinations like GATE in the coming years. He conveyed the desire of Vice Chancellor, Prof Mushtaq A Siddiqi to prepare a proper roadmap for getting the desired results and appreciated the students of IUST for cracking the GATE exam, an official release read.
Resource Person, Assistant Director, Urban and Planning, A. S. Pandit (IES) dealt at length about the strategy to be adopted in qualifying and scoring high in engineering competitive exams like GATE and IES. He emphasised the importance of GATE in getting placements in the top level central public-sector undertakings like NTPC, Power Grid, Indian Oil, etc, it added.