Our career counselling cell informs and advises students on a large range and variety of possible career options. We would like our students to opt for a variety of careers, instead of the standard parental choices of medicine and engineering. We also offer guidance to parents to increase their awareness of possible career choices in an increasingly complex and confusing world.
The defence services, media, fine arts and performing arts, law, sports, politics, research, IT, commerce, the civil services and a whole world of interesting professions beckon our youth into challenging and novel ways of creating job satisfaction. If you like your job, you can work hard at it – and then you can conquer the twin peaks of material as well as professional success. This simple formula for a win-win situation should be recognized in the stronghold of dominant parental ambition.
- The first thing to do is to recognize and enhance your existing skills and talents.
- Next, look for the professions that call for your particular combination of abilities.
- Then, your own aptitude must guide you to a choice of the particular line you wish to pursue.
- Last – and most important – pour yourself heart and soul into honing your knowledge, skills and acquiring new information and abilities that will help you achieve target in an increasingly competitive world.