Being choosy: Career guidance centre opens at DUHS

Centre to offer workshops, individual counselling and a mentorship programme to help students choose a career.

Express October 10, 2011


In an age of fierce academic competition and professional accomplishments, proper and structured career guidance plays a crucial role. With this in mind, Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) inaugurated a career guidance centre at Dow Medical College (DMC) on Monday.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Masood Hameed Khan said the centre would help students choose from a wide range of career choices, keeping their preferences, skills and abilities for different disciplines in mind. This would give the next set of professionals a better understanding of their options, while not neglecting their aptitude in order to achieve professional excellence.

The centre will offer workshops, individual counselling and a mentorship programme.

Keeping the high unemployment rate and severe skill shortage in mind, Khan said, it was important to prevent students from making bad career choices.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 11th, 2011.



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