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  • +91-9650 722 240
  • 0120-406 9050
  • 1800 2122 401

Our Methology and Approach

Our Methodology & Approach

When we talk about career planning, we are not preaching to someone. We show students the value of careerlinked education and bridge the gap between what they are learning in the school and the requirements of the working world.

We inspire and prepare students to succeed in careers and create a personalised “career map” which is:


means involving the students to design and manage the life they want to live;


not being judgmental or taking decision for others but helping students in their decision-making process;


not being judgmental or taking decision for others but helping students in their decision-making process;


research-based scientific tools and updated information from original sources;


various stages of career development should be measured, compared and analysed;


all the stakeholders i.e., student, parent, teacher and counsellor can share the student’s career portfolio in real-time.

9 steps of career management from ambition to achievements

1. Connect with the client: Tell stories

2. Career counselling is most successful when the counsellor forms a meaningful connection with their client. To understand the client’s strength, worries, interests, fears, and desires on a level that is much deeper than what any test might reveal. The best way is to start with telling stories and listening to client’s stories, for instance, ask them to tell who their role models were when they grew up; who their current role models are. The ultimate aim is to help people not only choose a career but also to make meaning of their choice, find a sense of purpose. When people share their stories, the Connect with the client: Tell stories counsellor can identify their key life themes and find out what drives or motivates them.

2. Create career awareness:

Career by Choice not by Chance

Help your client to explore various opportunities and understand the world of work. Explain to think beyond conventional boundary wall: like an HVAC Technician, Yarden Architect, Dispensing Optician, Memory Augmentation Surgeon, Podiatrist, Trash Engineer, AR/VR Object, Emotional Intelligence Designer, Climatic analysis, etc.? The Career Choice tool provides details of approx. 1500 careers, and how precisely they are related to 1. Subjects 2. Skills 3. Activities 4. Abilities 5. Attitude 6. Aptitude 7. Traits and 8. Work Contexts.

3. Conduct psychometric assessment: Listen

To your heart & mind

Don’t decide but help in the decision-making process. Take help of most authentic career assessments tools:

(a) Aptitude Assessor - What you like to do.

Help your client using psychometric assessment and find her/his true interests.

(b) Work Attitude: What is important to you.

Help your client to identify occupations that s/he may find satisfying based on the similarity between the work values and the characteristics of the occupations.

(c) Ability Analyser: What you can do well.

Help your client recognise her/his innate talents and discover areas of intelligence to removes the 'trial and error' method of parenting (teaching a fish to climb a tree).

5. Set SMART aim: become what you want to be

Help your client to decide one SMART (Specific, Measurable, Acceptable, Realistic and Time-specific) career objective and two backup career options, which should be in the same direction. Accordingly, create a personalised career dashboard

6. Draw education and training pathways:

Don’t follow the crowd!

Help your client to draw education and training pathways based on career objectives and the financial condition of the family. Also, help them to seek admission to the right institute and the right course of study.

7. Organise study with iClass: Career linked education

Help your client to create a personalised study schedule as per her/his subject difficulty level. Let your clients join iClass for an online, unlimited, live, interactive class that offers “Pay after cracking the exam” under the career achievement programme (CAP).

Also, view your student’s real-time preparation of the exam in three colours: Green: doing well; Yellow: lagging and Red: difficult to pass the exam.

8. Evaluate employability skills:

Degrees without skills = a mobile without a SIM.

Help your client to identify, develop and validate employability skills. To strive in the new economy most sought after skills are: Cognitive Flexibility, Emotional Intelligence, Cross-cultural Competency, Artificial Intelligence, New Media Literacy, People Management and Self-direction, SMAC Intelligence, Virtual Collaboration, etc.

9. Job planning to placement:

: Get your dream job

Help your client to network with people for mentoring from the field of your career preferences, do volunteering, job shadowing, internship opportunity to gain some real-life experience. The best jobs don’t necessarily go to the most qualified applicants; they go to the best job seekers. Give some practical tips to prepare resumes, search for jobs and save time, energy, money which are wasted in experimentation

10. Participate in contests:

Inspire the path to success

Help your client to create career awareness and develop a competitive spirit. Through the online test of career knowledge, students learn about various opportunities open before them, win amounts in their eWallet and attractive prizes offered by the Council and sponsors.

Our career professionals always remain in touch with the clients and provide them with authentic information & impartial guidance

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