Services to assist students seeking careers advice and career opportunities.
coordinate and integrate the initiatives of centralized student support services and academic units
provide strong, integrated systems of support so that students can make informed choices and take advantage of available academic resources
Attention in the career counselling regard should be paid to commencing career counselling as early as possible in a student’s career and on benefitting as much as possible from the experiences and advice of recently graduated alumnae.
Evaluate on a department-wise basis regarding current student support programs and initiatives to assess their effectiveness
Prepare an initial report identifying key challenges and opportunities in developing effective integrated and coordinated student service strategies.
Career Development Center will consult with Deans, HODs, faculty, staff and students as appropriate for their comments and feedback.
Inform students about resources and services available in university for career and personality development.
Help students with their resume and interview skills
Provides supports to its students through a variety of advice and career counseling resources
Help students make informed career decisions and identify occupations that would suit their interests, personalities and skills.
Informing students about job prospects related to their courses of studies.
Offers comprehensive information and advice to students who are about to complete or have just completed their studies.
The University also places tools and strategies at their disposal to make students job search efficient.
Provide advice on the strategies to follow when writing a CV, how to prepare for an interview, the professional skills of each candidate or sources for looking for jobs
Organize a series of free career guidance seminars during the academic year to provide support to university students in the job seeking process.
Not limited to above, any activity which may help students will be initiated.