Webinar on career opportunities at Modi College


DW BUREAU / PATIALA The Department of Business Management and Placement Cell of the Multani Mal Modi College here today organized a webinar on 'Career Opportunities in Banking and Insurance'. The objective of this lecture was to equip the students with required information regarding the preparatory process for placements and to discuss with them various job openings and career opportunities in banking and insurance sector. The expert speaker in this webinar was Kanwaljit Singh, lead Trainer, Centre for Investment Education and Learning. College principal Dr Khushvinder Kumar while welcoming the main speaker said that banking and insurance sectors are lucrative job sectors with good salary packages but are highly competitive. He said that the Department of Business Management and Placement Cell were providing quality education in both the areas. The speaker was formally introduced by Dr Neeraj Goyal, Head of the Department of Business Management. He motivated the students to focus on learning the skills and practical aspects of a financial career. He said that this lecture is important to understand the current job market and how we may prepare ourselves for it. In his lecture Kanwaljit Singh demonstrated with various presentations the transition from 'being a learner to an earner' and the current demand- supply gap in the banking and insurance industries. Focusing on a preparatory program CPBFI, introduced by Bajaj Financial Services he explored the process of becoming successful by choosing the right path to a fulfilling career. He also discussed the skills and techniques to achieve the state of readiness and getting training for a particular job. After the lecture a discussion was held with the speaker. The vote of thanks was presented by Dr Neena Sareen, Head of the Commerce Department. The event was coordinated and technically managed by Dr Rohit Schdeva. The webinar was attended by 250 students from different streams. (editor@dailyworld.in)


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