Al-attieque holds career counselling
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 14: Al-attieque conducted a day-long career counselling and guidance programme for its students.
Dr J S Arrora, who is serving in the field of commerce and management studies for last 35 years, counselled the students of the academy at the programme.
The programme that was held in two sittings— one for boys and another for girls— used latest techniques with electronic gadgets.
Dr Arrora answered to the queries of students, the academy in a statement said.
It said the students were all praise for Dr Arrora.
The students after hearing Dr Arrora said they felt in a better position to sit in the up-coming examinations.
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