Young Minds often perceive Engineering as one of the most intriguing yet arduous Career Segments. This is mainly because there is a lack of awareness. They are not aware as to why they are choosing Engineering as their Career. Some choose Engineering for a possible bright future, some choose it because of Peer Pressure and some also choose Engineering because of a lack of knowledge of the other options and their interests. This has led to a situation where Engineering as a Career has a prominent demand yet the Level of Proficiency amongst the Educated Engineers is depleting. 

Collegebol being a Student Centric Brand believes in Enriching the Exposure, Knowledge & Skills amongst the Indian Students Community. Keeping the vocation of Engineering Aspirants into consideration, Collegebol in association with SAL Institute has organized a Live & Interactive Webinar highlighting the Career Insights on Engineering. The Expert Educator joining the Webinar is none other than the Director of SAL Institute, Dr. Rupesh Vasani.

Here’s why you should join this Webinar!

  • A chance to broaden your Perspective on the Current Career Diversities into Engineering.
  • Learn the Art of Gaining Knowledge across all Segments & Mastery in your Domain.
  • Hacks & Insights on how to start & accelerate your Engineering Career in the Real World.
  • Understand the Career Growth & Future Opportunities in the Engineering Sector.
  • An Aerial View into SAL Institute, Educational Concepts, Internships, Placements, etc. 

 
The Webinar is scheduled for 26th October 2021, Tuesday, 04.30 PM Onwards. The Registrations are currently open for the Webinar. With the intent to spread knowledge and benefit the Youth on a wider scale, the Webinar is completely FREE of any sort of Entry Charges. The Students have the liberty to join the Webinar by simply filling up the Online Registration Form available on the Website or directly Clicking the Link: https://forms.gle/3skhBnEWHUmqJjPAA


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