CEOs of IQuasar, Engineers Zone delivers lectures at IUST


Awantipora—As a part of series of sessions to provide career planning and placement opportunities to its students, Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST), Awantipora, organised Special Career Counselling Sessions.

Chief Executive Officer, iQuasar, USA, Tahir Qazi and Chief Executive Officer, Engineers Zone, New Delhi, Irfan Ali, were the experts for the events.

The CEOs delivered comprehensive lectureson entrepreneurship development, project startup and GATE/CAT awareness across the J&K state in general and Kashmir Valley in particular to the students of School of Business Studies and the School of Technology.

Speaking on the occasion, Qazi deliberated on how to change ideas into reality in the changing technologically advanced world.

Vice Chancellor, IUST, Prof Mushtaq A Siddiqi, chaired the sessions. In his speech, the Vice Chancellor highlightedthe need for career counselling and placements for the students. Healso deliberated upon the future plans of the IUST in developing strong and efficient associations with reputed institutions and industries for the career development of the students.

The events were attended by students, faculty and other staff members of various schools and departments of the university. Each session was followed by a vibrant and fruitful interaction of CEOs with the students.

Later, Qazi and Ali applauded the efforts of Prof. Siddiqi in working towards the overall development of the university and assured their full support in strengthening the vision and mission of the varsity.

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