‘Education, Job Sectors Fast Changing Due to Globalisation’

Personality development expert Rama Jaldhu has said that due to globalisation education and job sector are experiencing quick changes.

Published: 15th July 2014 08:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th July 2014 08:09 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: Personality development expert Rama Jaldhu has said that due to globalisation education and job sector are experiencing quick changes.

Addressing a meeting,  ‘Out of the box’, organised at the Kakaraparti Bhava Narayana (KBN) College here Monday, she said the student phase is very prominent in life and asked the students to make the most of the opportunities coming their way during this phase. “Students have to hone their skills accordingly and improve awareness in their respective fields,” she added.

Y Narasimha Rao, director at PG College, said that several programmes are being organised for the overall development of students. “For the personality development of students, we organise special programmes by the experts which will improve job opportunities,” he added.

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