“Getting a job is an art which requires skill and training”. Keeping this vision in mind our Career Guidance cell is effectively functioning to help the students redefine their passion in their career, develop essential employability skills and strategies and to understand different competitive examination related to job opportunities in current market scenario. Gone are the days, when the only popular choice for students was to get a degree, do a decent job in a government organisation and work until they retire. Today’s generation and career opportunities both are different and way too far than ever expected. In spite of the pressure of acquiring the leading career, most of the students need to have their passion blended in their career path. Career counselling starts with understanding individual career choices, areas of choices, areas of improvement along with the career path where the students can make an informed decision.
Objectives To help the students redefine their passion in their career, develop essential employability skills and strategies and to understand difficult competitive examinations related to job opportunities in current market scenario.
To develop positive attitudes in the pupils towards study and work.
To develop employability and enterprise skills such as teamwork and communication.
To help students to plan and take control of their future making informed choices at key points in their education.
To enhance the capacity of young minds through trainings to improve their employability.
Providing resources like study materials, guidance, assistance for higher studies and competitive examinations.
Giving necessary guidelines for students to get job placement.
Career Guidance and Counseling Committee
|Mr. J. Johnson Asir
|Dr. G. Jeevarani Thangam (Co-ordinator)
|Dr. J. Jebasingh Kores
|Dr. J. R. Hannah Lilly
|Dr. P. N. Selvakumar
|Dr. K. Gnanaprakasam Dhinakar
|Mrs. I. Caroline Mano Gracia
|Mr. D. Jebastine
|Mrs. R. Sahaya Hency
|Mr. T. Joseph Durai Harris