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 GUWAHATI: A one day Counselling programme was organized by “PRAYASH, Beyond the boundaries: Xikim aru Xikam” of Nabajyoti College, Kalgachia on 10th April, in collaboration with “Helpline Foundation”, Kalgachia on “Career Counselling and Entrepreneurship Development Path”. Dr Shahjahan Ali Ahmed, Principal of Nabajyoti College presided over the programme and he extended warm welcome to the participants and spoke on the importance of career development. Merina Ahmed, Co-ordinator of PRAYASH, has highlighted the objectives of the programme followed by the felicitation of the invited guests by Panchalee Baishya. Mr Ranjan Kumar Baruah, Career Mentor and Motivational Speaker, was the Resource Person of the programme. Mr Baruah, a recipient of The National Youth Award from Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India in 2014, spoke on the occasion in his motivational speech he called upon the students to become human resource and advocated for building entrepreneurship among them.Mr Baruah highlighted on various newly developed job opportunities for students like conservation of wildlife, marine oriented opportunities, museology etc. In the closing part of the programme, the President encourages the participants to choose a right career. Dr M S Sheikh, B K Samal, Dr Dhrubajyoti Das, Nayanmoni Devi and many other senior most teachers were present in the programme. Apart from them there were good number of office bearers of Helpline Foundation, Kalgachia also participated. The programme ended with the Vote of thanks by Dr Kakali Hazarika.

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