'Allow children to chose profession of their passion'

'Allow children to chose profession of their passion'

Pre-counselling guidance for CET and COMED-K

'Allow children to chose profession of their passion'

Speaking after inaugurating the pre-counselling guidance for CET and COMED-K organised under the aegis of Deccan Herald and Prajavani dailies in association with Acharya Institutes at the Town Hall here on Monday, Rai said “each profession has its own dignity and significance. Similarly, each profession has its own merits and demerits too. Let students decide themselves which profession they prefer.”

Talking about the selection of college, Rai said, “parents and students should verify properly whether the infrastructure, teaching faculty, clinical materials, academic performance and the rating of the college are upto the standards.” In India, 80 percent of the medical services are being provided by non-allopathic doctors. Students have plenty of opportunities in non-allopathic branches of medical science, he added.

Srinivas School of Engineering Professor Ramakrishna Hegde delivering a talk on ‘Prospects of engineering disciplines’ said that there are ample opportunities in almost all the branches of engineering. The economy of most of the countries is being driven by electronics, communication, instrumentation, computer engineering and IT. Students should master the subject to contribute for the economy. 

Eduquity Career Technologies Private Limited Senior Consultant B M Amarnath said that passion, ability and personality helps one to choose the right career. “Know yourself before choosing a profession. Pick a field which matches your ability and personality.”  Resource person from Acharya Institutes, Bangalore Ravi Kiran said, “everyone has ability but when you grab the ability, it becomes capability.” The Printers (Mysore) Private Limited General Manager (Circulation) Shivaramakrishna, Assistant General Manager Nandakumar, Prajavani Mangalore Bureau Chief B V Mahesh Chandra and Deccan Herald Mangalore Bureau Chief Ronald Anil Fernandes were present.
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Offer from Fr Muller Medical College
Fr Muller Medical College will offer seats to students, who bag 1 to 10 ranks, without charging any fees, said Medical Services Chief of Fr Muller Medical College Dr Sanjeev Rai.

“Students can complete the course without paying a single penny as fees,” he assured.