“Unlocking Your Potential: An Expert talk to Inspiring Students to Pursue a Career in the Armed Forces”

Career Guidance and Counselling Cell

An expert talk was organized jointly by National Cadet Corps (NCC), Career Guidance and Placement Cell (CGPC), and Alumni Cell at B.A.M. Khalsa College, Garhshankar, under the management of SGPC, Sri Amritsar, to educate and motivate NCC Cadets and other college students about joining the Indian Armed Forces.

Brig. Raj Kumar (Retd.) and Capt. Ranbir Singh Pathania (Retd.) gave a speech to more than 80 students. Prof. Jaspal Singh, the principal, formally welcomed the speakers and present them fresh flower pots.

Captain RS Pathania briefed the pupils on the Indian armed forces and their various branches. He discussed NDA, IMA, ACC, JAG, and TA. He encouraged the students to join the military. He told the audience about the army’s important attributes. He discussed the army’s tough existence, professionalism, unit culture, secularism, and other things. He recounted his personal perspective and shed light on army life.

Brig. Raj Kumar began his speech by mentioning the youngsters’ strengths such as honesty and integrity, but that work must be done solely on exposure. He inspires the pupils by discussing his own life experiences and difficulties. Brig. Raj Kumar further stated that the Punjab government has established the Mai Bhago Military Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls in Mohali, as well as the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Armed Forces Preparatory Institute in Sector-77, Mohali. Brig. outline the directions for the UPSC tests as well as the SSB interview. He mentioned transparency in the selection process. OLQs, time management, and hard effort are the keys to success Brig. said.

SUO-Parteek and UO-Harmanpreet Kaur did an excellent job hosting the event. The session ended with a vote of gratitude from NCC officer Lt. Gurpreet Singh. The principal and staff presented the day’s speakers with a token of honor. Prof. Lakhwinder Jeet Kaur, in charge of the Alumni Cell, and Prof. Kanwar Kulwant Singh, Head of the Department of Business and Economics, were also present there.

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