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Programme on pursuing career after graduation held at Doomdooma

In a bid to aware students on various career options and opportunities after graduation a programme titled ‘pursuing career after graduation’ was organised at Doomdooma College on 25th September. This programme was organised by Aptech Computer Education, Doomdooma centre in collaboration with career and guidance cell and IQAC of Doomdooma College at the college campus. Inaugurating the programme, Dr Prakash Jyoti Borthakur , Principal of Doomdooma college praised Aptech Computer Centre as it has been rendering computer education in the area for more than 17 years . He also appealed the students to be aware of various career opportunities.  Ranjan K Baruah of North East Youth Foundation was the resource person who spoke on different career opportunities after graduation and required skills to be employable. Rajib Bora from Aptech centre welcomed all the participants and faculty members before starting the programme.  Dipak Mahanta and Shibajit Dutta both faculty members and associated with career cell of the college attended the programme and inspired the participating students.

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