SRINAGAR: The Career Counselling and Placement Centre (CCPC), Faculty of Agriculture SKUAST-K in collaboration with NAHEP conducted an interaction session of JRF qualifiers with aspiring students at Wadura campus in hybrid mode.
More than 200 students from different Faculties joined the session. The JRF qualifiers of the university, who achieved higher ranks and secured admission with fellowships in different top universities of India, interacted and shared their strategy of clearing the examination. Mediha Qadri All India Rank (AIR-11) in Forestry attributed her success to mock tests conducted by CCPC Wadura and stressed upon the students to participate in same.Aadil Basheer (AIR-38) in Horticulture delivered a power point presentation on “why and how to qualify Junior Research Fellowship’s’.Anika Javid (AIR-49) in Horticulture, Ishrat Gul JRF (AIR-49) in Physical Science, Mehraj Sofi (AIR-73) in Agronomy stressed upon time management during studies. Dean, Faculty of Agriculture
Prof. Abdul Hameed Hakeem encouraged students to participate in different competitive examination. He also advised them to make maximum use of the Faculty library and conduct regular interaction with mentors including sagacious use of internet. Earlier Dr. Rehana Habib Kanth (Co-ordinatorer CCPC) welcomed all the guests, faculty members and students during the programme. Dr Ajaz Ahmad Qureshi (ASWO) appreciated efforts of Dr. Rehana Habib for organizing such sessions under CCPC which has helped and motivated the students to achieve higher feats. The JRF qualifiers were felicitated with memento by the Dean FoA.