Career Guidance Camp organized by SCOPE

Members of the faculty from Delhi University from Motilal Nehru, Deshbandhu and Hindu college were invited to provide answers to the questions posed by the aspiring students.
Society for Career Orientation and Promotion of Education (SCOPE), a non-governmental organization, has been offering help in every possible aspect to the needy students from far-off places of India like the North East region since its inception in December 2002.
Today’s session began with an introductory note by SCOPE member Manidipa Bhattacharya explaining its aims and objectives to the participants. Dr. Purabi Saikia, Motilal Nehru College and Dr. Arati Barua, Deshbandhu College were flooded with queries from the aspiring students on topics ranging from admission process to accommodation problems.
Dr. Arun Kumar Sarma, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, also graced the occasion and offered to help the students in to the best of his ability.. Dr Sarma said “I am extremely happy to see the initiative of SCOPE for helping the Students of NER (read North East Region) to get admitted or employed in Delhi. The career counseling organized today with input from university and management group was very effective and inspiring. Our help will always be with such positive efforts and dedicated service”.
BLS University, established in terms of the provision of The Chhattisgarh Niji Kshetra Vishwa Vidyalaya (Sthapana Aur Viniyaman) Adhiniyam 2002 by BLS Group also participated in the camp and informed the students of the professional courses available in their institutes. The BLS Institute of Management has been in operation since 1996.
During the earlier part of this month an admissions assistance programme was carried out by SCOPE in Jorhat and Dibrugarh districts of Assam. This counseling session is a follow up on that to help all the students seeking admissions to the various colleges in the Delhi University. SCOPE now plans to organize an orientation programme in the next month to give a proper guidance to the students on the new course structure of Delhi University.
The session was covered by the print and electronic media including a special news programme by DD News/ANI.
A similar successful counseling camp was organized last year as well. Delhi University faculty members Dr. Ratnadeb Sarma, Rajdhani College and Dr. Deboshree Goswami Hindu College attended the camp and answered the wide range of questions thrown at them by the students.

For further details about SCOPE and forthcoming programmes interested persons can look up www.scopene.com or mail us at query@scopene.com or call us at 9818510506

Ashique Islam
General Secretary
SCOPE