USAID funded training workshop commences at PMAS-AAUR


RAWALPINDI: A two-day USAID training workshop on talent grooming and career counseling


for scholars under USAID-funded Merit and Needs-Based Scholarship Programme (Phase II)


commenced at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) here


on Tuesday.


The workshop is being arranged by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and USAID under


the Pakistan-USAID Merit and Need Based Scholarship Programme with the aim to improve


communication and interview skills of the graduating scholars and provide them guidance to


groom their personal and professional skills and better job searching.


A total of 55 students of MSC (Hons) Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Forestry and Range

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Management including ten students from Agriculture University Peshawar are attending the


workshop.


Addressing the ceremony, Prof. Dr. Rai Niaz Ahmad, Vice Chancellor, PMAS-AAUR said that


no nation can develop without education and advised students to work hard and contribute in


economic development of Pakistan after completion of their studies. He emphasized the need of


such training workshops which will help the students to equip themselves as per the industry


requirements.


While talking to the participants, he congratulated them to be the beneficiaries of USAID funded

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scholarship programme and wished to arrange more such training programs for students which


will help them to understand the future challenges in job market.


The vice chancellor thanked the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and USAID for providing


this opportunity to deserving students of this University who are unable to continue their studies


due to financial hardships.


The participants will get training and counseling by well renowned resource persons on different


topics including communication skills, inter/intrapersonal and presentation skills, interactive

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group activity, how to make research projects, compilation of research report, confidence


building, decision making skills. Similarly the art of CV writing and interview, challenges and


opportunities in job market, self-actualization- option for flexible career and talent management,


learn and develop relevant job skills, Jobs search strategy, entrepreneurship-the innovative ideas,


opportunities for entrepreneurship, and e-marketing and e-business will also be taught to the


participants.

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