WLC College holds 1-day seminar
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 16: WLC College India Saturday conducted a seminar on ‘future prospects for students of the Valley’. On the occasion, director, WLC College, Jammu Campus, Kunal Anand briefed the students about various courses the college offers.
He said the seminar was to help students to choose right career options to secure future prospects.
Kunal highlighted career options like marketing, mass communication, advertising, graphics designing and fashions. “Amid growing competition there is no scope for mistake. The field one opts has to be well researched and long term based,” said Kunal.
He said the college provides unique opportunity to students while pursuing degrees. “Earn while you learn is the thing that distinguishes it with other colleges. Besides, the college believes in providing training to students by corporate heads,” he said.
The college offers the students to attend the classes for three hours while the rest of the time is spent in working with the industry to gain technical understanding of the course.
“This gives students dual advantage of earning while studying and relevant experience along with the course. After passing out from college the students carries a valid qualification along with work experience. This makes the students differ from the rest,” Kunal added.
WLCI’s ‘placement first’ course was also discussed during the presentation. “This unique course is first of its kind to be introduced by WLC College in India. This represents a guarantee of the job because the candidate gets placement/job first,” he said.
The proceedings of the seminar were conducted by Assistant Manager marketing WLC College, Randeep Singh Bahu. The seminar was attended by several educationists and career consultants.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 16 Apr 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 16 Apr 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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