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The most awaited career counselling is on May 5 at VIT

P.V.V. Murthi
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The date is May 5. The day is Sunday. The time is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The venue is Anna Auditorium, VIT University, Vellore.

The event is The Hindu Education Plus Career Counselling 2013, sponsored by VIT University, which is being eagerly awaited by the school students who are in the last few years of their schooling.

The event is open to students studying in standards IX to XII, parents and teachers, and entry is free.

With the results of the Plus Two public exams slated for May 9, and the Tenth standard results on May 31, the career counselling programme would prove to be a useful programme, especially to the students who are awaiting their Plus Two results.

The information-packed talk of career consultant and analyst Jayaprakash Gandhi would provide them an insight into the various career options open to them not only in the engineering and IT sector, but in other fields as well.

Dr. Jayaprakash Gandhi would be devoting considerable time to educating the students on the non-engineering career options open to them during his counselling session.

The Hindu Education Plus Career Counselling 2013 would feature a motivation talk by actor and model Ganesh Venkatraman in the afternoon session.

G. Viswanathan, VIT Chancellor, would be inaugurating the Career Counselling programme at 10 a.m. on May 5.

M/S. Bodhi would be conducting a psychometric test for those students who register at www.bodhi.co.in, to test their aptitude and personality. This would enable them to choose the right career.

While VIT University is the title sponsor, SKP Engineering College, Tiruvannamalai and Sri Balaji Chockalingam Engineering College, Arni are the associate sponsors. Sri Renugambal College of Architecture, Polur is the prize sponsor.

For details contact C. Rupesh Kumar (9894379828).

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