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    Published On : Tue, Aug 14th, 2018

    Eventesia one day workshop on ‘Capacity Building, Soft Skills Development and Higher Studies’

    Nagpur: The “Career Guidance and Placement Cell” of Government Institute of Forensic Science Nagpur organized a one-day workshop on ‘Capacity Building, Soft Skills Development and Higher Studies’ on Monday. The program was attended by the around 250 students of B.Sc Forensic Science, M.Sc Forensic Science, PGDF and PGDC students and faculty members of the Institute.

    Saurabh Athawale, Director and Owner of Prevoyance Cyber Forensic (PCF) Pvt. Ltd. Nagpur delivered his speach on Capacity Building for the students. In his elaborated talk he highlighted the current scenario and future aspects for the students to be job ready. He emphasized on development of specific skill sets in the students.

    For Forensic Science students, opportunities increase, once they undergo certain additional certifications courses like Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI), Certified Ethical Hacker CEH, etc. The higher the level of certification the better are the chances of them getting selected/recruited by National as well as Multi-National Companies. He also elaborated certain high-profile cases, in which PCF were consulted in the recent past.

    Prashant Joshi gave an intense and thought-provoking address on soft skills development which was sub-titled ‘Fly-again’. In his session, he talked about the need of the students to realize their own potential. One should be ready to accept their weaknesses and strengths. It is after the self-realisation, that one can achieve his/her goal in life. It’s better to set small target leading up to a higher goal.

    Arpit Ajmera spoke about the various opportunities and process that exist for the students wishing to pursue higher studies.

    Dr Jairam Khobragade, Director, Government Institute of Forensic Science, Nagpur in his address appreciated the efforts of the Career Guidance and Placement Cell for organizing such activities. It is worth noting that the Institute boast an excellent Placement record. Neeti Kapoor, In-charge of the Placement Cell along with the other member faculties Ashish Badiye, Hansi Bansal, Anjali Naik and Dr. Archana Mahakalkar took efforts for the program.

    The Government Institute of Forensic Science also signed an MOU with Prevoyance Cyber Forensic Pvt Ltd. to promote internship, research and other opportunities for the students.


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