Career Counseling is an important aspect of student’s life. In today’s developed and complex professional scenario, counseling of students is very much important to prosper in life, especially in case of selection of subjects, steams, and other issues relating to the professional front.
NPS International School always gives special emphasis on career counseling of its students. Apart from engaging its in-house experts, the school also invites counselors of both national and international repute to conduct workshops on Career Counseling from time to time.
NPS International School organized Career Counselling sessions of Class X and XI students by Dr. Amrita Dass, a career consultant of International repute, from the 10th to 12th of December, 2015.
Dr. Amrita Dass is also the Founder-Director of ICS-International and has the distinction of pioneering the career counselling and guidance services in the country. Dr. Dass addressed issues like-
The other career consultants in her team included Er. Kamlakar Dwivedi & Mrs. Mala Mukerji.
Er. Kamlakar Dwivedi, is a B.Tech from IIT Kanpur. He has worked as Consultant-FIITJEE and as Director of Narayana Group of Institutes. Mrs. Mala Mukerji is the senior most consultant at ICS for the last 23 years, who has been mentoring the students of Eastern India, Bangladesh, and the Middle East.
Dr. Dass addressed issues like New age careers that are coming up offering good prospects; The strengths and weaknesses of our child, and whether we are in a position to match them to the requirements of his/her prospective career; The competitive examinations that are conducted by various colleges; How to choose the career which can give us maximum advantage etc.
Ms Margaret Warner,an Assessor of Higher Level Teaching Assistants in the UK and an International Educational Consultant, conducted a two-day workshop for senior class students of NPS International School. Addressing a huge gathering of students, the former Inspector of School in the UK stressed on the need of exchange of ideas among both students and teachers to keep them updated about the changing world.
Mr Stuart Scott from the University of Cambridge conducted a two workshop with students of the school. Students also got the opportunity to discuss elaborately their future plans during the programme.
Leading career consultant Mr John Hunt, Chief Executive, who is also Lotus Flower Trust visit NPS International School almost on yearly basis and meet students, teachers and parents of the school. His programmes always become lively as senior class students always enjoy asking their queries about their respective career.
Mr Brennan Gage, a career consultant of international repute, conducted a two-day workshop for students of the school.