Career Guidance

​​Impact of the Career Programme (Assessment Year 2011-2019)

YEARDON BOSCO SCHOOLSGOVERNMENT
SCHOOLS
PRIVATE
SCHOOLS
CAREER FAIRS
2018 – 201952141610349411633
2017 – 201859851023284551248
2016 – 20173833336254407979
2015 – 20161867188581848789
2014 – 20152401460493527709
2013 – 201428275300323497231
2012 – 201324502255311618235
2011 – 201221314769034988016
TOTAL267082481133018628840

TARGET GROUP

Students from STD IX to XII: Career guidance will be provided to these students to choose a career according to their attitude, aptitude, and talents. (Career Counseling & Career Fair Programs)

CAREER GUIDANCE

Career Guidance is to help 10th and 12th students to choose a field that is in tune with their skills and their job expectations. Thus, with the help of career guidance, most candidates end up choosing the right career and perform their level best, which ultimately helps them succeed. Choosing a career that matches one’s aptitude and personality itself translates into professional success and popularity.

 

CAREER FAIR

The career fair is organized for students of standards. X and XII in a venue accessible to the schools of that area. Students get to interact with experts from various sectors. This maximizes opportunities for students to plan their future, to explore different fields of study and to widen their knowledge of career opportunities.

 

CAREER COUNSELLING

Career counseling identifies the individual’s attitude, aptitude and innate talents thereby helping them to choose the right career. Individual is counseled along with their parents for better understanding. 

OBJECTIVES

To Guide Students, Develop A Career Plan

To Establish the Importance of Career Decision Making

To Understand the Importance of Career Alternatives  

 

LINES OF ACTION

Learning centered approach – instead of advice approach build curriculum-based career education 

Developmental approach – do various assessment tools that an individual finds themselves in

Student-centered approach – provide self-directed learning method and learning from others (older students, employers and parents)

Universal approach –  collective information on worldwide career