Scientific temperament instillation workshop for students was conducted at BHSS Hatmulla

Sameer of Sarvodaya Foundation underscored the vast opportunities beyond NEET and JEE exams, advocating for guidance to explore new fields and areas.

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Srinagar: The Boys Higher Secondary School (BHSS), Hatmulla, in collaboration with Sarvodaya Foundation and MTG Publications, hosted a counselling session in the conference hall of BHSS Hatmulla. More than 40 experts from various science disciplines participated in the session.

Principal Nazir Ahmad Khan, a motivational speaker delivered a thought-provoking lecture on the importance of smart work. Dr. Reyaz Ahad Mir, lecturer in Botany, led a discussion on nurturing scientific temperament among young learners from an early age.

Sameer of Sarvodaya Foundation underscored the vast opportunities beyond NEET and JEE exams, advocating for guidance to explore new fields and areas.

The principal of the institution and nodal officer of the Astrophysics labs Shah Mohammad Iqbal highlighted the imminent transformation of job markets, emphasizing the need to equip students for future challenges. He stressed the integration of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques into the curriculum to enhance skill sets and meet the evolving demands of the job market.

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