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IFF and ACCESS Organized A Career guidance program for Indian students

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The India Fraternity Forum (IFF) and ACCESS India jointly organized a career guidance program here recently. Speakers from different professions highlighted courses and career prospects for higher secondary students.

While inaugurating the event, Education Consul at the Indian Consulate Mohammed Raghib Qureshi advised students to make good use of various professional courses available in India and to simultaneously develop their career and the future of the nation.

ACCESS facilitator Ismail Hasan Panavally of Prince Salman University explained the importance of setting goals and choosing the right career that aligns with their skills and interests. He made a multimedia presentation explaining different courses offered by various universities in India. Haj Consul Mohammed Noor Rahman Sheikh explained the scope of Indian Civil Services and the preparation required for these exams.

In the "open session," professionals interacted with students and clarified their doubts on various courses and professions. The team included Dr. Padma Hariharan, principal of Novel International School; Rahmatullah, principal, Al-Wurood International School; Wazir Akhtar, secretary of Indian Educational Council; K.V. Hariharan, IIM graduate; Asadullah Badsha, legal adviser; Salman Safar, IT manager; Sanal Nair, bank manager; Sweta Hariharan, foreign service graduate from Georgetown University, US; and Srikant, chartered accountant and teacher.

Career Guidance Prgm For Indian students

ACCESS executive council members, Yaseen Askari, Syed Nasir Khurshid, Nazeer, Ishaq, Yahya Shavezz, Mohammed Abdulla and IFF office bearers Ashraf Morayur, Mohtisham Habeebullah and Iqbal were among the prominent hosts.

Al-Aman Ahmed, president of IFF Tamil chapter, welcomed the guests and ACCESS executive council member and program group coordinator Ayoob Hakeem anchored the event. Shuaib Koteshvar, joint convener at ACCESS, thanked the guests and gathering.

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