Talent-hunt programme launched in IUB


The Department of Information Technology in collaboration with Directorate of Career Counseling and Placement Center, the Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB) organized a daylong Talent Hunt Program and job interviews for the students of 7th and 8th Semesters of BSIT. Dr. Dost Muhammad Khan, Dr. Najia Saher, Ms. Afsha Imtiaz Elahi, Mr. Faisal Shahzad and Mr. Muzamil Ur Rehman of DIT were also present on this occasion and facilitated this event. After successful interviews, some of the talented students were hired by the company for production of video games in Pakistan.

Shahid Durrani, Director Career Counseling and Placement Center, shared on this occasion that the establishment of CCPC was the brainchild of the Vice Chancellor the Islamia University of Bahawalpur Engr. Prof. Dr. Athar Mahboob in direction to develop industrial linkage with academia. According to him, the Vice Chancellor, having international exposure, believes the students passed out from the academic institutions deserve guidance and direction for career selection of career.

Durrani said that most of the students face confusion and self-doubts related to their career in university time. “For them, career counseling can be helpful in taking the right decision to build and enhance their careers,” he said, adding tith the help of career guidance, students are able to bring out the ability and skills that they need for their future.

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