Published On : Sat, May 31st, 2014

Dr Nitin Raut’s Career Vision -2014 gets underway with about 6000 registrations on the first day

Nitin-Raut-1Nagpur Today.

While creating a strong impact on the youth of Nagpur city, a mega camp named Dr Nitin Raut’s Career Vision -2014 was organized at Mahatma Gandhi School, Jaripatka to help the students to select their career in the competitive world.

The camp was inaugurated by the Minister for Employment Guarantee Scheme Dr Nitin Raut along with other dignitaries which included Chief Advisor of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University Dr Vedprakash Mishra and Principal of Dr Ambedkar College, Dikshabhoomi Dr K M Reddy, Dr Yugal Rayalu, Director of Mahatma Gandhi High School Deepak Bajaj and Professor Prashant Kadu.

EGS Minister Dr Nitin Raut while speaking at the inauguration of two-day career-fair on May 31, 2104, said that “Today, the world’s eyes are focused on India. India’s supreme manpower is talked all over the world. Many young scientists from the country constitute majority of taskforce of NASA. India is rapidly emerging as power center of education.”

“In America, every 4th civilian is Indian. This venture is being organized for all students and their parents with the sole goal of providing them the options to choose careers/courses for their bright future. I come from poor family. I studied in NMC School till Class 4. But I found no one to guide me for my further studies, career. My mother requested a teacher who then got me admitted in New English High School. That was then I decided to work for benefit of students. Today, North Nagpur has progressed in all the fields. I wish many students from the city qualify for UPSC examinations and become IAS, IPS and other high-ranking officials.


The camp is being held from May 31, 2014 and will last till June 1, 2014. Minister  for Employment Guarantee Scheme (EGS) Dr Nitin Raut is the guiding force in organizing this much needed career camp. City students will certainly get an opportunity to get acquainted with the opinions of professionals and experts that may help them select a career that best suits them in various fields.

Since the examinations of class X and XII are over and students are waiting eagerly for their results. Most of the students will get to select the career and the courses based on the percentage they have acquired in the Xth class. Capt. Deeksha Raut has organized this career camp to provide door-step facilities to these youths for selecting their future course and career. About 6,000 candidates are said to have already registered for the career guidance camp. The organizers said that there were many spot registrations too on May 31 at 3 pm.

Dr Prashant Kadu of Priyadarshani Engineering College delivered a lecture in Tech ADDA under informal talk show at 5 pm. Career Counsellor Anand Mapuskar and Dr Anand Shedge of Mumbai gave details of Engineering and Medical entrance exams and courses. Dr Anand Mapuskar and Dr Suresh Jadhav shared information about banking, Staff Selection Commission and Railway examinations with the students. Col. Ranade and Col. Thakre gave information about various careers in Defence services.

On Sunday June 1, Prof Choudhary is slated to deliver a lecture on Mental preparation for competitive exams at 3 pm. Dr. Surendra Gole will brief about self analysis and career planning at 3.30 pm. Shilpa Shedge, CA and Dr Bharat Meghe, Dean of Commerce Department, RTMNU will give details of courses in Arts, Commerce and Management at 4 pm. Girish Tilak, Career Counsellor, Mumbai, and Dr Rozina Rana on preparatory aspects to get better job at 5 pm. Pravin Chavhan, Dr Suresh Jadhav, Director of Pass Administrative Academy will brief about preparation of MPSC and UPSC at 6 pm. Dr Javed Sheikh on career challenges to minority youths at 8.30 pm.