DPSG Sushant Lok organised an “Orientation Session” for parents and students of classes IX to XII on 3rd October,2020 to create awareness regarding the current trends in future career options. Mr. Prikshit Dhanda, an eminent Life and Career Coach, was the resource person for the session and Mr. Abhishek Gulati was the anchor. The session commenced with the resource person answering queries from the parents and students present in the session. The aim of the session was to ignite the students and parents on the multiple career options available with various subject combinations and importance of tapping into the power of internet for preparing for different exams. He guided the students to identify their interests and enhance their profiles by doing internship in content writing, start ups or NGO’s. The session was an eye opener for the audience as it discussed the careers options, universities in India and abroad, entrance exams, eligibility criteria for different courses and availability of resources on internet at large.
Choosing a career is one of the most important aspects of aduldhood, and embarking on a new career for the first time is chaotic and confusing. With new age career options picking up so fast, it becomes imperative to counsel the students at the right time. Keeping this in mind, DPSG Sushant Lok organised the third Virtual Career Counselling Session on “Domain wise Career” for students of class X on 8th October,2020.
The aim of the session was to give specific guidance to the students to outline and discuss their potentials and the career options available with different streams in the present scenario. Mr. Abhishek Gulati was the host for the session. Mr. Atin, the resource person for the session introduced the students to the trending careers with science, commerce and humanities stream. The session focused on sharing various career options with PCM stream in Engineering, Computer Applications &IT, Ethical Hacking, Aviation, Architecture, Merchant Navy, Product Design, Game Development, Robotics, Defence, Physical Sciences, and Flavour Chemistry. Students were encouraged to keep themselves abreast of coding,decoding and and latest development in technology as everything is in the process of digitilisation and ten to fifteen years from now the world will be digitalised. Students were exposed to distinctive careers as Sales, Marketing and Advertising, Entrepreneurship, Distribution & Logistics, Banking and Finance, Big Data Analytics, Sports Management, Supply Chain Management, Digital Marketing and the professional courses such as Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary, Actuarial Science and Chartered Financial Analyst available in commerce stream. The trending careers available in humanities stream like Design, Media & Mass Communication, Hospitality & Hotel Management, Civil Services, Law and Psychology were discussed at large. The basic takeaway of the session was that students with different streams have multidisciplinary career options available with them after completing their graduation. The session was interactive and provided valuable information on career options available for students in different streams based on their aptitude, skills, potential and interests.