Early childhood and KG (Ages 0-5) : During the first three years, children’s brains are rapidly developing the neural pathways that support language, problem-solving, behavioural and social skills, as well as emotional health. If not used, these pathways begin to disappear by late childhood, threatening future school performance. Here we use dermatoglyphics technology to identify their innate talents and learning styles.
Primary Grades 1-6: By the start of this phase, many children are already academically behind their more affluent peers. This hinders them from acquiring the foundational skills and behavioural predispositions (e.g., self-control, school engagement) that move them from “learning to read” to “reading to learn” and enable them to perform basic calculations required in future problem-solving.
Secondary Grades 7-12: Adolescence is a difficult period as it entails biological, social, and emotional challenges that all students inevitably confront. At the same time, many at-risk students also have to catch up to overcome earlier gaps in learning. Such learning is required to master the content of the critical 10+2 grade on time, excel in college-preparatory courses, and succeed in the experiences that develop the skills (e.g. critical thinking and communication) that employers seek. We conduct career assessment and provide Study Organiser with “progress meter” which is a boon for them.
Postsecondary & College: Postsecondary degree completion and skill development that enables steady and fulfilling employment through college or other channels. Since the 1990s, salaries for individuals who have completed high school or less have dropped while pay scale for college graduates has remained relatively even, leading many to set postsecondary degree as the ultimate educational goal. Using the Council’s tools we create their career, education and training pathways.
We have a profound understanding of how, when and whom to deliver career guidance.
Our keep our eyes focussed on children but our activities start with parents and teachers engagement.
We know that parental interaction is necessary to mould children into successful and prosperous adults. Research shows that children are more likely to succeed academically if their parents are involved in their education starting from their first days of life. Our Career Education Counsellors create supportive environments for parents with the appropriate information, coordination and follow up of services to address their children’s needs. For this:
We arrange group meeting and discuss with them the importance of career development.
Next we contact them individually to identify the real issues.
We start the career management process from ambition till achievement on one to one basis
Our Career Education Officers assist and supervise the whole process by designing strategic career plans and creating evaluation systems.