Kishtwar, Feb 05: District Administration Kishtwar has planned to provide online-offline coaching to the aspirants of NEET and JEE-IIT by well known teachers of branded coaching institutes of India for which registration process is going on. He encouraged the students and competitive exam aspirants to enroll themselves to avail the coaching facility for NEET & JEE-IIT at their home town at nominal cost of Rs 990 per month.
The coaching classes will be started from March/April 2023 at Auditorium Projector of GDC Kishtwar from 4 pm to 7 pm, the DC said, adding that the district administration has taken several other steps including the establishment of 24x7 Library to benefit the students.
On Sunday, the Kishtwar administration organized a career guidance session here in the Reading Hub (24x7) Library of the Government Model Higher Secondary School Girls. The session was the part of the mentorship program launched by Deputy Commissioner, Dr Devansh Yadav for the Aspirants of NEET JEE-IIT, CSE and other competitive exams.
During the guidance session, Deputy Commissioner, Tehsildar Kishtwar Muneeb Umar; Accounts Officer DC Office, Imran Ahmed Kichloo and Dr. Jamsheed Ahmed Assistant Professor from GDC Chatroo talked to the students about strategy and pattern of preparation to crack a competitive exam. About 50 students and competitive exam aspirants participated in the session. Among others, the workshop was attended by school faculty and staff members of the CEO Office.
On the occasion, the DC enumerated in detail the need of career counseling and guidance programs at school and college levels. “In this competitive world, career counseling helps the students to understand the career options and realize their strengths and weaknesses with regard to their course or profession,” he said.
The welcome address was presented by Accounts Officer Imran Ahmed Kichloo. He threw light on the aim and significance of conducting such sessions. He acquainted the aspirants about the techniques to develop the Communication skills, personality development besides the strategy to be adopted to crack NET and SLET exam.
Tehsildar Kishtwar and Assistant Professor Dr Jamsheed Ahmed, Assistant Professor GDC Chatroo Dr Jamsheed Ahmed also shared their experiences about the competitive exams.
Dr Jamsheed gave helpful tips regarding academics, higher education, research and creative writing etc to the students. At the end, an interactive question-answer session was held to enable the students to raise queries and clear their doubts. The queries were responded to by the Deputy Commissioner and others present in the session to best of the satisfaction of the students.
Overall, the participating students took the session overwhelmingly and thanked the district administration Kishtwar for organizing such guidance programs.
It is pertinent to mention here that on the demand of aspirants and students of Kishtwar, the district administration Kishtwar is going to organize such sessions on every Sunday that too at different places to benefit maximum number of students of the district.