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Tap your potential: Collector

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IN RAPT ATTENTION: Students attending a seminar on employment opportunities in Tuticorin on Thursday. — Photo : N.Rajesh
IN RAPT ATTENTION: Students attending a seminar on employment opportunities in Tuticorin on Thursday. — Photo : N.Rajesh

To create awareness of job opportunities among the student fraternity, District Employment Office of Tuticorin organised a seminar-cum-exhibition here on Thursday.

While inaugurating the programme at A.P.C. Mahalaxmi College for Women, Collector C.N. Maheswaran exhorted job aspirants to set a goal and achieve it with perseverance.

The stakeholders should create a positive frame of mind that everything could be achieved.

“Weed out the element of depression while concentrating on studies and feel free. You must find the objective to reach the goal and plan accordingly to achieve the target. Learn some intricacies to outsmart competitors. Since all people are blessed with talents, tap your potential at the right time. The complexities of inferiority should be eliminated from your inner self. The present scenario is a vicious circle of competitive world but the job aspirants should endeavour until the moment of achieving success,” Dr. Maheswaran added.

“Talents were not inborn but people should generate it,” S. John Philipos, Regional Deputy Director, Employment and Training, Madurai, said.

As many as two lakh jobs would be created in banking sector alone in the current and the next year, R. Natarajan, District Employment Officer (In–charge), Tuticorin, said.

A.P.C.V. Chockalingam, Secretary, V.O.C. Education Trust, Tuticorin, also spoke.

K. Narasimhan, District Employment Officer (Training), Tuticorin, S. Pachai Nayaki, Principal, and students from various departments attended.

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