Tuesday, May 31, 2016

M.S. Sirsa (General Secretary ,DSGMC ) letter to the Principals, Guru Harkrishan Public Schools under DSGMC for career counselling of 12th class pass outs

M.S. Sirsa writes letter to the Principals, Guru Harkrishan Public Schools under DSGMC for career counselling of 12th class pass outs
School's main landline phone number be converted into helpline number: Sirsa
New Delhi, 31 May 2016
Manjinder Singh Sirsa, general secretary of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee and advisor to Punjab's Deputy Chief Minister, wrote a letter today to the principals of Guru Harkrishan Public Schools under DSGMC, instructing them conduct special counselling programme in these schools for the students having passed class 12th from these schools this year.
In his letter, Sirsa wrote that even though the schools are directly not liable for the students who have left the schools after passing class 12th, but the schools can make special contribution in helping these students choose proper options regarding higher studies or professional courses, according to their academic records. If the students are successful in getting higher studies or professional training according to their mental and psychological level, they definitely make great leaps in their career and make success in all the fields of life. Such successful students lead the national and the community on the way of progress by playing a big role in the development of the society. 
Sirsa expressed concern that the competition to get admission in all reputed universities, including Delhi university, or their affiliated colleges; is becoming highly tough due to which the students and their parents have to pass through a very tense period of admission process. But after getting several years of education in the school, students consider their teachers and other school staff as their guides, upon whom they express complete faith and trust. Therefore, as a responsible educational institution and a guide to the students, all the branches of Guru Harkrishan Public Schools should conduct counselling of the students, who have passed class 12th from these school this year.

Sirsa suggested that as an initial help to the students, the main landline phone number of the schools be converted into a helpline number. Besides, nodal officers should be appointed in every branch of the school, who can provide guidance to the students and their parents calling over such helpline numbers and through meetings in the school, if so required. Sirsa stated that the Sikh religion believes in the principle of "welfare of all" (Sarbat Da Bhala). Therefore, if a student, who is not a alumni of Guru Harkrishan Public School, requests to take benefit from this counselling programme, he should also be provided such guidance at par with the passed out students of these schools.

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

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