The Council has developed appropriate and effective pedagogical tools, learning/skills management system and career assessment technology, helpful in career planning and improving chances of success in life.
Uncertainty:When asked about career choice, the general reaction is "let’s see what happens (dekhte hain kya hota hai)”.
Hypothetical:Some of the students have unrealistic and imaginary career ambitions.
Imitation:The majority of the students blindly follow their classmates or go along casual, half-baked advice of family members, relatives or friends.
Parental wish: Some parents try to fulfil their desires through their children and resolve that "due to some reasons I couldn't become an Engineer, Doctor or Govt. Officer but I will make my child the same at any cost."
Discovering a child's areas of intelligence and learning styles gives a clue on which activities they should spend more time, so that s/he can acquire knowledge more naturally and efficiently and removes the 'trial and error' method of parenting or teaching a fish to climb a tree.
Have you ever heard anyone planning a career in Machine Learning, Computer Vision, HVAC Technician, Yarden Architect, Dispensing Optician, Memory Augmentation Surgeon, Podiatrist, Actuary, Cartographer, Trash Engineer, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain Developer, AR/VR Object Designer, Smart Sensor, Emotional Intelligence Designer, 3D Printing, Big Data Auditor, Climatic analysis, etc.
Due to the lack of career education in schools and colleges, students find their subjects boring because they don’t know why they are studying Geography, Chemistry, Economics etc. From our case studies, it is established that motivation and success rates improve exponentially when students relate subjects with careers.
The Career Choice tool provides details of approx. 1500 careers and how they are related to
1. Subjects 2. Skills 3. Activities 4. Abilities 5. Attitude 6. Aptitude 7. Traits and 8. Work Contexts.
After the exam (then everything is over and irreversible)
Before the exam (there is enough time to improve marks)
"How is your study going on?" - Ask any student and you’ll get the prompt reply "it is fine". There is no reason to doubt until the exam is finished and results are in hands but then it is too late.
(a) Many students create a routine in their copies and resolve to study as per the time-table but most of them never follow it from the next day.
(b) For the first half of the year, students keep a casual approach towards their studies and at a later stage, they hastily try to achieve more in less time, sometimes reading lessons the first time on the previous night of the exam.
(c) Due to the absence of a proper study plan, students give more attention to a few subjects of their interest and set aside other books which they consider either difficult or boring.
(d) Tuition and coaching culture is doing more harm than help. It makes students dependent on others and devoid their minds from intellectual curiosity.
(e) Parents find it very difficult to keep a constant tab on their children’s studies. Nagging, coercing and pressurising to study hard generally give adverse effects.
It creates a personalised subject wise schedule as per its difficulty level by calculating the appropriate study time required to finish and revise each subject.
Study Organiser includes much acclaimed "Progress Meter" to show real-time preparation of the exam in three colours:
Green: the student is doing well
Yellow: the student is lagging and
Red : the student has to work hard as it is difficult to pass the exam.
It also indicates the percentage of marks a student can obtain in the forthcoming exam with ± 5% accuracy just like a thermometer.
After finishing studies, most of the youth randomly search for a job to accept whatever comes on the way. This naturally doesn’t ensure the best.
Also, job-seekers have a wrong notion that posting their resumes on job sites will bring good offers automatically. In reality, it only helps the website owners who are thriving by selling their details.
After collecting the jobseeker's data free of cost, all the job sites sell the resume at very exorbitant price, for example, rates for accessing your resumes at Shine is Rs 6,27 lakh, Naukri is Rs 2.80 lakh, for Monster is Rs 2,12 lakh and Timesjobs is Rs 2,04 lakh; which is beyond the reach for most of the employers and this data is mainly purchased by marketing agencies, insurance companies, educational institutions, placement consultants etc.
To save time, energy and money which are wasted in experimentation; our Dream-Job tool provides a collaborative, time-bound relevant job search dashboard with a career portfolio to attract the best job offers for you.
Teachers, parents and students are more concerned about subject marks. They forget the cardinal fact that the purpose of education is to build a strong career foundation and to make them employable.
To strive in new economy globally we must understand and develop following skills: Cognitive flexibility, Communicating – written and oral, Complex problem-solving, Coordinating with others, Creativity, Critical thinking, Cross-cultural competency, Emotional intelligence, Interdisciplinarity, Judgment and decision-making, Negotiation, New media literacy, People management, Initiative and self-direction, Service orientation, SMAC intelligence, Time Management, Virtual collaboration, etc.
Skills Evaluator tools are a must for recruiting the right candidate for the right job. This saves time and costs associated with interviewing unsuitable candidates.
Skills Evaluator measures the levels of Arithmetical Reasoning, General Awareness, English/Hindi languages and domain-specific skills. The high score provides a reassurance that the candidate would suit the specific role and improve performance within the organisation.
The root cause of unemployment, under-employment, frustration and tension is an incompatibility of a job with the work attitude of a person.
In today's fast-changing and complex job market, it's important to select a career based on personal priorities and traits.
Work Attitude Assessment allows users to pinpoint what is important to them in a career. It helps to identify occupations that they may find satisfying based on the similarity between their work values and the characteristics of the occupations.
This will help abroad admission seekers to study in the world's top universities irrespective of their financial status. Using this tool students aspiring to study abroad can apply for 2000+ courses and scholarships all over the world from one platform. Also, our expert counselors assist in documentation like writing a resume, essays, SoP, getting LOR, etc.
This is like stepping stones for creating career awareness among students. Through online test of career knowledge, students learn about various opportunities open before them in a competitive environment.
Parents can encourage students to participate in CAP-Contests and win prizes, scholarships, awards and certificates of achievements.
We proudly mention them in our CVs and HR Managers pay attention while hiring the best.
The online career awareness contest gives a sense of pride among students and provides catalytic effect to accomplish higher academic excellence.