The youth is full of talent and if that talent is
harnessed properly, it will not be lost in oblivion. This harnessing can be
done through career guidance. Our Career Counselling committee aims to guide
and direct students to set their career goals and stimulate them to exercise
their consistent endeavours to accomplish their career objectives. Keeping in
view the competence, interests, and acquired knowledge of the students, it
channels the young trainees to fetch lucrative specialized career. Sessions are
conducted to illuminate the students on professional as well as interpersonal
skills. The committee helps them to explore new knowledge and inculcates the right
attitudes among them as per the requirements of the globally competitive world.
It is aptly said that “Tell me and I forget, teach me
and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” We at Sascma, with several
seminars and workshops, strive to involve our students thereby evolving them
into the better, humble and successful citizen.
In this day and age, where there are so many career
options available, young students find it very difficult to choose their right
career option and at times prefer the safer option to their interest. Taking
all these issues into consideration, we organized a seminar on “Financial
Planning and Inclusion” by inviting keynote Speaker Mr Nilesh Gandhi - Sutex
Bank Branch Manager and Mr Sheetal Bhatt, where students came to understand the
importance of financial planning and how to create a balanced plan to meet
One of the most interactive and appreciated seminars
was witnessed on the topic “Youth Energy and Meditation” by OSHO. It was our
great privilege in working with speaker Swami Anand Sadaiv where he enlightened
us with the existence of new dimensions which opened the eyes of many students
by understanding inner transformation and virtues that arises out of meditation
by own experiences.
A leading step ahead, the courage of striving
excellence, a hope of working towards better things in life made a difference
to all of us. In this context imparting the knowledge about traffic laws and
rules, a very helpful seminar was arranged on the topic “Seminar on Traffic
Awareness” by Mr Mahesh Parmar –RTO Trainee where he educated the students with
his valuable guidance on the civic sense to lead a safe and secure life by
understanding meaning and significance of different road signs and observe
traffic rules and to be a responsible citizen.
An informative seminar on “Way to MBA” was organised
by the college where learned personalities, of IMS – Surat, Mr Ankur Agarwal
and Mr Vikas Agarwal, with their valuable insights, made them understand the
pragmatic approach to MBA.
The saying “A child who is nurtured by his mother’s
milk attains long life, like the Gods who were made immortal with drinks of
nectar”, was reminded to our students by conducting a seminar on “Breastfeeding
– A foundation of Life” which was graced by prominent personalities like Prof.
Minakshi Tripathi of Sheth Purushotamdas Thakurdas Mahila College of Arts and
Home Science and Dr Snehal Desai a well-known Pediatrician.
A seminar on “Career Guidance” was conducted by Mr
Devendra Sharma, a distinguished speaker and centre head of Endeavor Careers –
Surat. He imparted instructive information on various career options and their
scope in several public and private organisations.
The most interactive session was “Personality
Development” where students acknowledged their strengths and weaknesses which allowed
them to reflect upon themselves. Much-needed guidance on how to recreate a new
version of your self was given by our prestigious guest Mr Pranav Gosaliya who
was from IBS – Ahmedabad.
A seminar on “Career counselling in Banking Sector”
was wonderfully delivered by Mr Shubham Sharma who is a Sascma alumnus and
currently working with HDFC bank.
An interesting session on “About the sacrifices made
by the Armed forces and protecting the borders” was delivered by Mr Haren
Gandhi an Ex-navy official. He was eulogised by students as he gave a discourse
on surgical strike and various other missions of our Armed forces.
An invaluable session on “Resurgent India in the
Geo-poli-nomics of globalisation” was delivered by our eminent speaker Mr Ankit
Shah a practising chartered accountant from Ahmedabad. His mind-boggling
session left the audience in awe as he unleashed his insights on the world
economy and globalisation.
Our students were privileged to attend a workshop on
“How to start a business online” which was organised by Bhagwan Mahavir College
of Management. The workshop helped them comprehend the various technicalities
of an online business.
It is rightly said that “Sports do not build a
character, they reveal it”. To make our students understand this we organised a
seminar on “Importance of sports in one’s life” which was successfully
delivered by Mr Dutta and Chirag Sir.
A session on “Career options in Aviation and
Hospitality Industry” was delivered by Mr Rupesh Parekh who explained how one
can make a prodigious career in the aviation and hospitality industry.
A seminar on “A Healthy Lifestyle” was wonderfully
conducted by Mrs Niranjana Lad and her team. This invaluable seminar taught our
students to take a step forward towards healthy living.
An interesting seminar on “GST and CMA as a career”
was conducted jointly by Dr Ravi Patel and Mrs Divya Chokhawala.
An informative session on “Guidance on civil service
exam” was delivered by Mr Haren Singh Tomar, Ms Piyush Bothra and Jignesh Sir.
Lastly, we sincerely appreciate and acknowledge the
consistent efforts of all our eminent speakers and advisors, our management,
committee members, I/C principal, teaching and administrative staff and our
beloved students who with their co-ordination and co-operation continuously