Kashmir Indepth

Police organizes one day students career counselling programme in Kupwara

Srinagar, October 12 (KINS): Kupwara police Monday said that it organised a one day Students Career Counselling Programme at District Police Lines Kupwara.
According to a police statement issued to news agency KINS around 200 students from across the district participated in the programme.
Prominent persons including Dr Fayaz Ahmad (Professor), Dr Wasif (MD Radiology), Miss Nadia (Lawyer), Dr Asif (Member CPR), Bashir Ahmad Wani (Lecturer), Zahid Rashid (KAS) spoke in length about the emerging career prospects.
The students were counselled and advised to focus on their studies and channelize their energy in a positive direction so that they evolve as better citizens of the state who will be committed to the welfare of our society.   SSP Kupwara Shri Shriram Ambarkar also shared his valuable experience with students aspiring for UPSC examination.
Later, one hour question/answer session was also held by DySP HQRS Kupwara. Students have hailed the role of police in organizing such informative sessions.
Community members have appreciated the role of police in organizing such programmes in the district and have hoped to continue such programs in future.(KINS)

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