Career Counselling, Guidance and Placement Cell

 

Why is career counselling important?In the changing scenario, counselling cell plays a vital role in an educational institution.  Education stands for an overall development of a student and thus counselling cell, a facilitator.
The Career Counselling and placement Cell of the College provides personal and Professional guidance to students of all the departments of the College. Personal Counselling Sessions are conducted   by qualified and experienced Counsellors to help students resolve any kind of problems that they might face. Besides career-related problems, personal issues are also dealt with. Confidentiality is a legal requirement of counselling, and is strictly maintained. Thus, the Counselling Cell provides a platform for students to pursue both their professional and personal goals with greater self-awareness, self-esteem, understanding and a focus.

Confidence issues, choosing the right career path, making choices in the various parts of life, self-doubt, peer pressure, relationship issues are only some of the problems that young people often face. Choosing the right career path is also, often, a dilemma that the students face. The Cell provides vocational guidance to students based on an analysis of their personality, talents and interest. Insights into suitable work environments are also provided in vocational guidance.

Aims And Objectives

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	Individual Counselling
	Help coping with challenging life circumstances
	Assessing through Psychological modes
	Identifying underlying reasons for behavioural, academic and emotional problems employing psychological testing
	Helping people to develop new ways of relating with one another
	Disseminating information on courses, careers, professions and specialized studies in India and abroad
	Conducting Workshops, Guest Lectures and Seminars on Soft Skills and other needed areas

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	Associate Prof.Uttam BhardwajConvener
	Assistant Prof.Deepak Kumar Singh
	Assistant Prof.Naveen Nischal
	Assistant Prof.Santosh Saklani