From responsibility….

Choosing a career is undoubted, the biggest decision that one is forced to take at a very young age. It’s never easy to decide what one wants to do with their lives, especially when they are not mature enough to think ahead and make an informed decision. It has been noticed quite often that owing to the challenges faced, they are discouraged enough to abandon their choices altogether.

…. to knowledge…

With professional career guidance and counseling, students get a chance to learn about the different career options available for them based on their aptitude and interests. It is essential that students be informed about all the options and choices they have so that when they choose a career, they won’t have to regret their choice.

5 career decisions that backfire & crush dreams

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Opting the safe path

Understandable, students want something safe and secure for their career and profession. The problem is, nothing really is “safe and secure” except the talents you possess inside you and your commitment to using and growing them.

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Ignorance to your deepest talents

What most students fail to understand is that each of us possesses great natural talents and abilities that the world needs and that every organization must have to survive. If you can’t answer “What are you great at?”, then take the time to identify your true and natural talent that has been hidden until now.

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Hesitation to new direction and adopt change

Where passion goes wrong for people is when they fail to acknowledge the change in the world. They may not be successful the way someone else may have got there. One needs to pivot and try as many different directions to leverage all that you know to generate all that you want.

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Looking beyond just one job

Most students foresee their career based on just one job or a limited role and make hasty decisions. Take time to stretch yourself far beyond just one job. Ask questions about what you’d like to do next, and seek help, even if you’re unsure of your ideas about what you want to do.

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Fail to grow or refine your skills

Stretching out of your comfort zone may not be a nice thing to do, but it is vital for your success, happiness, and growth. It is important to identify different ways of learning new things and start growing beyond what you think you are today

How to chart a successful career voyage with

Career Cafe' 5 structure

Here is the secret sause


ntroduction

Unscrambling on the same page at the orientation session, the mentors introduce the students to the diversified careers and indulge them in pondering, whether their interests are consistent with their capabilities and personality.


ntrospection

The career assessment, the detailed report, and introspection unearths the students' passion, talents, abilities and interests that remain concealed or undiscovered and shortlist possible spheres for the student to explore.


nformation

The Online Personal Dashboard arm the students with all the information including competence, competitive exams, scholarships and much more, on the shortlisted careers and alternate options.


nspiration

Experts from respective fields and profession interact with students via interactive seminars & webinars while inspiring them with the extraordinary experiences through their journey to achieve the goals.


nterpretation

A curated curriculum to interpret the student competent to match the ideal career with technology, diversity, handle modern job opportunities and maintain occupational awareness.

Our Plans

Learn

  • Orientation

  • Psycometric Test

  • Personalised Dashboard

  • Career Guidance

  • Career Sessions

  • Updates

  • Mail Query Support

  • Statistical Report

  • Soft Skill Training

Realise

  • Orientation

  • Psycometric Test

  • Personalised Dashboard

  • Career Guidance

  • Career Sessions

  • Updates

  • Mail Query Support

  • Statistical Report

  • Soft Skill Training

Explore

  • Orientation

  • Psycometric Test

  • Personalised Dashboard

  • Career Guidance

  • Career Sessions

  • Updates

  • Mail Query Support

  • Statistical Report

  • Soft Skill Training