STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The Centre for Educational Research on Monday organised a research colloquium at the MIER College, here. The resource person, Dr. Eisha Verma, Lecturer in Education, Government Degree College, Khour dwelt on her doctoral thesis topic ‘Self-efficacy and Achievement Motivation as determinants of the Career Preferences of Adolescents’. The session was attended by Dr. Arun K Gupta, Chairman MIER, Dr. Renu Gupta, Vice Chairperson MIER College, Prof. Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College, Prof. N. R. Sharma, Dean Academic MIER College; Prof. H.R. Shan, Controller Examination MIER College; Dr. Mool Raj Sharma, HoD PG Department; Dr. Rohnika Sharma, HoD UG Department, along with Faculty and the students of PG Department of Education. Dr. Nishta Rana extended a welcome to the resource person and the audience. Dr. Verma completed her research work at the Central University of Jammu, under the supervision of Dr. Ritu Bakshi, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Studies, Central University, Jammu. Dr. Eisha highlighted that making a career choice is a crucial task and a determinant of personal gratification. However, thousands of vocations have been thrown open to a person and the selection of an appropriate career is becoming more challenging. The sample of the study consisted 1000 students of class 12th from five districts of Jammu division namely Jammu, Kathua, Samba, Udhampur and Ramban. Dr. Adit Gupta in his presidential remarks, congratulated Dr. Eisha on conducting such an elaborate research work on the career preference of adolescents. He also highlighted the fact that career related programmes should be developed and organised to educate parents and adolescents to make them conscious of new avenues as it would help them making adequate decisions. The vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Bharti Tandon, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Education.
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