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Career guidance programme at Aspire

Sonapur: With  a view to creating awareness on career options and opportunities, a career counselling cum guidance programme was organised by Aspire, an institute of coaching at its campus recently in Sonapur marking the second foundation day of the institute.

Ranjan K Baruah from North East Youth Foundation was the resource person who spoke on different attributes of career planning apart from informing students related to career options. 

The foundation day has been organised with cultural programme by different students of the locality.  Juri Devi Goswami, Principal of Sonapur H. S School was another guest who had also spoke on the occasion and encouraged the participating students.

 

Guests also distributed prizes of drawing competition organised on the occasion of foundation day amongst school and college students. 

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