GEMS MK (Missionary Kids) department conducted career counselling seminar for 12th students. Resource persons interacted with the students online and presented career prospects and clarified queries.
The Career Counselling seminar program DISHA (Directing & Inspiring Students’ Holistic Advancement) was conducted on 12th Feb 2017 at the Conference Hall in Sikaria campus, Bihar. 20 missionary children studying in 12th standard participated in this seminar.
The seminar was conducted online and it began with prayer by Bro. Mariyosh who welcomed the students & the resource people. The resource persons joined via Skype; Dr. Antony Prabhu (Sr. Research Analyst), Mr. Bernardshaw Thiraviam (CEO, Foresee Solutions) & Mr. Vasanth Immanuel (Team Lead, SAP Labs) joined from Bangalore, Dr. Sam David (Asst. Professor, Chemical Engg. Dept, SRM), Mr. Guna Grace (Zonal Manager, Naukri) & Mrs. Neetu Grace (IES, Indian Railways) joined from Chennai, Mr. Paul David (Scientific Co-worker) joined from Essen, Germany, Dr. Antony Arockiadass (Paediatric Ophthalmologist) & Mr. Mariyosh Joseph (Chief Editor, The CALL) joined from Trichy.
The resources persons presented the available career prospects in the streams of Life Sciences, IT & Engineering, Commerce etc., and as they presented, the students interacted with them with their doubts and questions which were clarified. The students were also directed to useful online resources.
Sis. Christy Bance (Coordinator, MK Dept) facilitated the program in Bihar and Bro. Goforth Jebakumar (Associate Director) made the technical arrangements. The seminar was closed with prayer by Bro. Paul Bance (Training Coordinator) who committed the students and their future in God’s hands.
Please pray for the MKs esp. the 12th students who will begin to write their final board exams from 1stMarch and also for the 10thstudents who will write from 10thMarch. Pray for the Lord to bless them with wisdom and to remove all fears. Pray also that the Lord may make all things possible for all students to get into the right places for their higher education.