D.K.M COLLEGE FOR WOMEN(AUTONOMOUS), VELLORE
CAREER GUIDANCE AND THE PLACEMENT CELL
Jute Awareness Training Programme
Career guidance and the placement cell of the DKM College for women organized Jute Awareness Meet on 14.08.2019 at Bramaputhira hall along with the National Jute Board and District Industries Training Centre.
The programme was presided over by the Principal Dr. P.N. Sudha of D.K.M College for Women. Mr. T. Ayyappan Joint Director of National Jute Board and Mr.K. Ravi, B.E.,M.B.A., Joint Director/General Manager, District Industries Centre, Department of Industries & Commerce, Govt. of India were the Chief Guest.
Career Guidance and Placement cell coordinator Dr. Lt. A. Amirthavalli, Associate Professor& Head, Department of History and members of Placement cell Mrs. M. Gayathri Assistant Professor, Department Of English, Mrs. S.Sumathi Assistant Professor, Department of English, And Mrs. S. Sasikala Assistant Professor, Department Of Commerce and Student participated in the programme.
The Programme commenced with the Tamil Thai Vazhthu. Mr. M. Gunasekaran, Director, Madha Educational Trust, Katpadi, Vellore formally welcomed all the dignitaries present on the dais and the students.
Dr. Lt. A. Amirthavalli, Associate Professor& Head, Department of History addressed the student about the importance of the jute.
Er. K.Ravi, Joint Director/ General Manager Of District Industries Centre spoke about job opportunities in the field of jute and subsidies that government offers for the entrepreneurs.
It was followed by the presentation on Jute & Jute Eco-Friendly Products by Mr.T.Ayyappan, Joint Director of Jute Board, Ministry Of Textiles, Chennai. His presentation focused on how jute is cultivated, processed and made into different products, how to market the product and the assistance provided by the government to market the product. More than 400 students benefited out of the programme.
Mrs.S. Sumathi, Assistant Professor, Department of English proposed the vote of thanks. Mrs. M. Gayathri Assistant professor of English, compered the programme and the programme came to an end with the national anthem.