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GUEST INTERACTIVE TALK ON GETTING READY FOR JOB MARKET Featured

Salalah College of Technology-Engineering Department and Salalah Methanol Company (SMC) organized an interactive talk on “GETTTING READY FOR the JOB MARKET” on 07.03.2017. Dr. Ali Rafeet, Head of  Engineering Department welcomed  the executives from Salalah Methanol Company, the Dean, Assistant Deans, staff members and students of Salalah College of Technology .He emphasized the relevance of this event so that students will know the industry expectations and future opportunities.

Engr. P. Jayakaran, OJT – Coordinator for Engineering introduced the speakers from Salalah Methanol Company namely, Engr. Mohammed Al Hashmi, Operations Manager, Engr. Javed Akhtar Performance Improvement Manager, Engr.Mohammed Ahmed Al Shahri, Senior Process Engineer, Mr. Viswaraj Ayapilla, Competency Development Specialist, Engr. Mohammed Al Maashani, Process Engineer, Ammonia Plant and Mr. Ahamed M. Kashoub, External Affairs Manager –SMC , who addressed the gathering.

The executives from Salalah Methanol Company gave a brief background of SMC and explained about process, products, future plans and job opportunities. They shared about their expectations from applicants. The speakers talked about being honest in their resume, the importance of “soft skills” like teamwork, humility,responsibility, etc.; how to face the interview and meet the challenges in the current job market environment.

Dr. Ali Rafeet, Head of Engineering Department gave the vote of thanks to Salalah Methanol Company for the continued support and look forward in keep the strong linkage with the industries like SMC. Dr. Ali thanked also the organizers and students that made the event a success.

Dr. Hamdan Al Manthari, College Dean, Dr. Said Al Mashikhi, Asst. Dean for Academic Affairs and Dr. Amal Al Shahri Asst. Dean for Student Affairs felicitated the SMC executives after the event.

The students of SCT enthusiastically interacted with the executives of SMC during the open forum.

Last modified onSunday, 19 March 2017 09:09

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