February 6: Due to the rapid development of technology, scores of jobs in the market risk becoming obsolete like ‘typewriters’ in the near future, opined Sixit Bhatta –CEO of Tootle, a raid-sharing application which has taken the capital city by storm.
Bhatta was speaking at the graduation ceremony of Kathmandu Model College (KMC) held recently at Soaltee Corwne Plaza.
Bhatta cautioned the fresh graduates to brace for the inevitable change as the courses they have completed might be out of date in the market.
“It is necessary to prepare oneself keeping in mind the changes brought by technological development. By the time students complete their studies, many of the jobs they learnt in their courses might have turned into typewriters. Students need to prepare themselves accordingly to meet the demands of the future,” said Bhatta.
During the function, KMC conferred bachelor’s degree to its 63 BBA students of 2014 batch for successfully completing their degree in 2018.
Meanwhile, director of the college, Kishor Gautam, instructed the graduates to apply their theoretical knowledge in practical life.
The programme’s chief guest, Pro Dr Kundan Dutta Koirala, suggested the students to choose a profession which they like from heart.
The college handed the KMC Excellence Award and cash prize of Rs 15,000 to Biswas Pandit.