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Career guidance workshop Organized by SIO-Mumbai

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Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO), Mumbra unit organized a career guidance workshop for graduates and post graduates students of Mumbra on 26 May, 2013 at JIH Women's Centre with motto to spread awareness about UPSC/ MPSC examinations as well as higher education (Post Graduation to PhD) and also the soft skills required to survive in the corporate world.

This was the 2nd Successful workshop organized by SIO Mumbra for graduates. Near about 103 Students from all over Mumbra actively participated in the workshop. Guests for the workshop were welcomed by Parvez Khan, President SIO-Mumbra.

Farooque Naikwade (Founder and Director of Steel Frame Civil Services) spoke on the topic, "Career in Civil Services- UPSC/MPSC and Exams Preparation". He said that it is not the examination which is tough but lack of dedication toward these exams which fails students to clear such examinations. He motivated the students giving lots of practical examples to just take it seriously and nothing is impossible.

Next Session was conducted by Dr. Altamash Faizi (PhD in Population Science / Demographic) on "Higher Education, Earn and Learn". Using PPT presentation he highlighted the importance of higher education and about various fellowship/ scholarships which are available and provided for PhD which varies from 10,000 to 70,000 per month. Covering various HDI and other statics along with current situation he appealed students to go for higher education and PhD where they can earn while studying.

This was followed by a two way interactive session by Sarfaraz Ahmad Ali Lakhani (MBA H.R. & acting soft skill consultant for MNC's in many countries) on "Soft Skills for a Better Job". He started with a short video from which he explained how initiative, education, discipline and team work can make a difference in the corporate world. He also said in this current situation where majority youth fails to get a good job is due to poor communication skill and lack of interview preparation.

Career guidance workshop by SIO

Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO), Mumbra unit organized a career guidance workshop for graduates and post graduates students of Mumbra on 26 May, 2013 at JIH Women's Centre

Career guidance workshop by SIO

Farooque Naikwade (Founder and Director of Steel Frame Civil Services) spoke on the topic, "Career in Civil Services- UPSC/MPSC and Exams Preparation". He said that it is not the examination which is tough but lack of dedication toward these exams which fails students to clear such examinations.

Career guidance workshop by SIO

About 103 Students from all over Mumbra actively participated in the workshop. Guests for the workshop were welcomed by Parvez Khan, President SIO-Mumbra.

Last session for the workshop was on the topic "Careerism" by Prof. Javed Shaikh (Ameer-e-Maqami JIH-Mumbra and HOD-Mech. Dept. of Kalsekar Technical College, Panvel). He motivated the students to study for higher but also showed that how wrong perspective can lead to disaster. He asked student to know their Lord first and gain knowledge for right perspective.

Know about SIO.
Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) is an ideological organization working in the country since its inception on 19th October 1982 for the social progress and development of the students' fraternity. It is SIO's endeavor to prepare Students and Youth for the reconstruction of the society in the light of Divine guidance.

SIO finds itself committed to impart genuine knowledge and awareness to students and getting them ready to become torch bearers of morality and ethics to fight against evils by reinforcing their own life. The organization also strives for promoting values in educational system and better academic and moral atmosphere in educational institutions. SIO focuses its efforts to nurture the talents of students in such a way as to benefit the society. Above all, preference is given to spread the truths as understood by the organization among the most critical group of civil society - STUDENTS.

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