Humayun Kabir Jibon, IU
The speakers, in a career counseling programme at Islamic University in Kushtia, urged the students to be habituated with practical learning rather than habituating with memorization of their academic studies.
Many students are not aware of their career. They could not cope up with their career related studies after completing their graduation and post-graduation.
They, as a result, failed to reach the pinnacle of their success.
The more skilled you are in using your brain; the more successful you are in this world. A person can be established as qualified only if he/she passes four levels of qualification. They are knowledge, skills, attitudes and values, the speakers came up with the statements in a career counseling programme organised by IU Al-Hadith and Islamic Studies department held at its departmental conference room on Tuesday.
Students should not bank on memorization rather you should be habituated with practical studies, the speakers urged.
IU Al-Hadith and Islamic Studies department chairman Professor Dr Syed Maksudur Rahman addressed the programme as the chief guest, while its Professor Muhammad Moinul Haque spoke as the special guest.
Assistant director of Government Teachers’ Training College, Cumilla Dr Mohammed Abul Kasem spoke here as the guest speaker with Al-Hadith and Islamic Studies department Professor M Mostafizu Rahman in the chair.
Abu Saleh Muhid, a master student of the department, conducted the programme attended by over one hundred students of the department.