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  • 2. student must get the totalcareer solution from lowereducation system to highereducation i.e. school level todegree level as well as upperdegree level . We arefurnishing the following points: 2
  • 3. ur own analytical team will chart out a career path by which a student will have total idea about the line of education, service map, pay scale, upgradation possibilities etc. student will be helped by our well experienced team with Course Selection, Entrance Exam(NATIONAL,STATES,DEEMED) System, Institute Selection, Duration of course, Outlay etc. ntire outline about Institution i.e. affiliation, accreditation, authorization etc. for peace of mind and to avoid unlawful environment. 3
  • 4. e can classify your mind set-up or yourinterest and the kind of personality you are, using the following guidelines: Scientific bend of mind Logic and analytical mind Artistic bend of mind Creative person Good communication skills People’ person Eye for detailing Aptitude for serving, helping people Outdoor person Or Special interest i.e. Reading Books, Magazine, Watching TV, Playing Video/Computer Visiting shops/Malls etc. 4
  • 5. e have stored the following information by which a student can get the requisite guideline and so on:  Our Educational structure  Autonomous Body for different streams  Names of Institutions All India Entrance Exam system i.e. Exam Name, procedure, requisite qualification, Entrance Exams are conducted at different levels-national. State and Deemed.  Names of the Dominant Courses  Traditional Courses  Technical Courses  Different types of Management courses 5
  • 6. OUR RESULT ORIENTED PROJECT============================= Fill-up our conditional form Send the Form to our Centre thru’ e-mail After getting the Form we will 6 analyze the data
  • 7. We will send out opinion about career path i.e. course,institute, duration, expenses, future prospect, salary structure,up-gradation possibilities, future educational possibilities,diversification if necessary After getting the analysis from our side, you will get opportunities to send 3 e-mails, if necessary for any further queries 7
  • 8. IT IS VERY SIMPLE TO PURSUE HIGHEREDUCATION WITH A LOW BUDGET===================================Some Example: Your choices- Entrance exam Engineering courses Information technology New generation courses Management courses Accountancy, banking, insurance Off track courses Medical studies Media sciences Journalism Distance education Nursing courses 8 Agriculture, animal husbandry
  • 9. Agricultural Food Processing Animation & Gaming Biotechnology THE Civil Aviation Construction & Real EstateDOMINANT Energy & Environment Fashion & TextilesINDUSTRIES Healthcare Insurance Logistics Media & Entertainment Pharmaceuticals Retail Telecom Travel & Tourism 9
  • 10. ur object is to help students draw theirown future maps and discover newhorizons of endeavor and opportunityin education, jobs and build a brightcareer for themselves.=============0============= 10
  • 11. A student may go to traditionalFTER courses i.e. 10+2 system with Science/Arts/CommerceMADHYAMICEXAM A student may go to Diploma Engineering courses A student may go to different types of technical courses 11
  • 12. Entrance Exam ( name, process, coaching etc), if Education outlay for the full necessary courses After analyzing, analysis will be doneWhere to be studied through different(leading institutes’ types of modules, we Duration of name) will provide basic course requirements namely: . Regarding Institution:1. Affiliation (UGC) After completing, focus on SERVICE FIELD2. Accreditation (NAAC) Pay scale (starting) 3. Approval( AICTE) etc. Payscale(after2/3years) Diversification opportunities 12
  • 13. For Traditional courses, we will provide “ START TO END” course policy by which a student can have a clear idea about the course taken and total career path. Meaning of “START TO END” policy, we are explaining the following! 10+2 B.SC M.SC PH.D or D.LIT D.SCOTHERS CERTIFICATE DIPLOMA ADVANCE DIPLOMA 13
  • 14. INDIAN EDUCATIONAL STRUCTUREhe ministry of human research development (MHRD) makespolicies and gives guidance, sets education & trainingculture& comes under MHRD and is headed by a cabinet minister.he dept. of Higher Education carries out its work through about 9organizations. Namely:UGC/ICSSR/ICHR/ICPR/IIAS/IITs/IIMs/NITs/IIITs/NITTTRs AND 4REGIONAL BOARDSigher education is under constant watch and monitoring of thegovernment. There are different professional councils that ensure yourqualification genuine. They are responsible for recognition of courses,promotional of professional institutes and providing grants toundergraduate programmes and various awards. 14
  • 15. The statutory professional councils are: ICAR-Indian Council for Agricultural Research NCTE-National Council for Teacher Education NCRI-National Council for Rural Institutes SCHE-State Councils of Higher Education CCIM-Central Council for Indian Medicine CCH-Central Council of Homeopathy DEC-Distance Education Council RCI-Rehabilitation Council of India MCI- Medical Council of India COA-Council of Architechture council of PCI-Pharmacy India INC-Indian Nursing Council DCI-Dental Council of India BCI-Bar Council of 15 India
  • 16. We have been giving any informationregarding PREMIER organizations like: (1) .IIT- education in Technology (2) NIT-education in Technology (3) NID-education in Design (4) AIIMS-education in Medicine (5) NLS-education in LAW (6) NIFT-education in Fashion Technology etc. etc. all over India & MORE 16
  • 17. WHAT YOU WANT TO BE…….Employers Demand like…….. One is expected to be creative. Candidates from reputed FOR ADVERTISING: institute is preferred. Work experience is highly acknowledged. Communication skills and creativity are vital 17
  • 18. Academic qualification is aHOTEL MANAGEMENT : must. Indian Institute Of Hotel Management candidates get first preference. Communication skills and pressure-handling capability is crucial 18
  • 19. Academic qualification is crucial.For ANIMATION, Employers look forGRAPHIC DESIGN : candidates who are creative and learn designs fast. THESE ARE SOME EXAMPLES FOR YOUR READY REFERENCE & IDEA 19
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