Seminar for B-school aspirants
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 22: The Kashmiri students aspiring to make career in management studies attended -MBA-Rendezvous- a seminar cum counselling by management experts, a handout Monday said. The program was organized by Ascent Group and TEJPUNJ, an NGO.
The Minister of state for Tourism, Nasir Sogami was the Chief Guest while the Deputy Inspector General of Police Kashmir, Hemant Kumar Lohia was the Guest of Honor.
The DIG lauded the efforts of Muhammad Shafi Pandit, Ex chairman PSC & the brain behind Ascent Group towards making the choices available to youth of the state.
Presenting the vote of thanks, Pandit said: “This event is in continuation to the event entitled, Catch them young for excellence-A seminar cum workshop for harnessing various career options held on 22nd December, 2009 at SKICC, Srinagar.”
Lastupdate on : Mon, 22 Mar 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 22 Mar 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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