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MES’s PCER, Chembur in association with Placement Cell organised an Add on Course on the topic ‘Being Job Perfect’ from January, 2021 – February, 2021. The course is in sync with SDG # 4: Quality Education. The course consisted of 30 hours and was divided into four modules:
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Number of Beneficiaries: 95 students As a part of the Placement Cell initiative, S.Y. B.Ed. student teachers were oriented about the ‘Creativity Talks’. The teacher educator gave a model creative talk to make them understand the intricacies of talks. A topic was chosen of personal interest. The purpose of it was that anybody expresses themselves...
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On 4th April, 2020, 94 students of the S.Y. B. Ed. assembled via a Google meet Session on how they should prepare themselves for the same. The resource person was Dr. Swasti Dhar who focused how the various questions that the students should focus on so that they are well equipped to take up newer...
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Date: 4th January, 2020 Time: 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Venue: Chembur Campus (Room No. 301, 302, 401, 402, 403 and 404) PCER, Chembur conducted its first round of Campus Interviews for the batch 2018-20, second years, successfully on Saturday, 4th January, 2020.
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This was an advanced session which helped the students to make fine changes in their CV keeping specific companies in mind.
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‘Campus to School’ an initiative of Mahatma Education Society’s Pillai Colleges of Education and GEMS Group of Dubai was conducted on 13th July, 2019. The representatives of GMES, Dubai interacted with the student teacher of MES towards career opportunities in the UAE in their various GEMS schools. This interaction was also open to the Alumni...
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Date: 25th June, 2019 Venue: Room 401 Time: 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm Resource Person: Dr. Swasti Dhar Objectives of the workshop To introduce the student-teachers to the concept and contents of a Resume. To help students identify their strengths and weaknesses from a professional point of view. To enable students to recognise a contemporary...
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