Campus Calling reaches out to 2,000 in first week
More than 2,000 people attended Hindustan Times’ Campus Calling Counselling Sessions 2010, held in association with Young Buzz, last week.mumbai Updated: Jun 04, 2010 00:40 IST
More than 2,000 people attended Hindustan Times’ Campus Calling Counselling Sessions 2010, held in association with Young Buzz, last week.
600 people attended the sessions on Day1 at St Andrews Auditorium, Bandra.
Around 1,270 students and parents participated in the three-hour session on career guidance held at Bhaidas Sabhagriha, Vile Parle and Vishnudas Bhave Hall, Vashi, on Day2. These events will continue over the next two weeks and will be held at venues in Bandra, Thane, Mulund and other parts of Mumbai.
The sessions are aimed primarily to help young students gain a better insight into the career options available to them. Campus Calling is a Hindustan Times initiative to help students achieve their goals and guide them on career paths most suited to them. Sessions will be held on Friday at Bhaidas Shubhgriha Hall, Ville Parle (E), and at BN Vaidya Sabhagriha, IES Dadar and Prabodhankar Thackeray Hall in Borivli on Saturday.
For timings check the Campus Calling ads in HT. Entry to the event is free. The last session will be held on June 12 at Gadkari Rangayatan, Thane.
First Published: Jun 04, 2010 00:40 IST