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Career counselling ppt by dr rupa talukdar

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Career Counselling is nowadays is essential to avail as many careers are there, so each and every candidate needs to know his/her appropriate career to study and also to be a professional person

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Career counselling ppt by dr rupa talukdar

  1. 1. Career Counselling/Vocational Counselling & Guidance There are so many vocations-so many confusion
  2. 2. Dr Rupa Talukdar and The Team
  3. 3. Meaning of Career/Vocational Counselling Career is Future Identity, you will be known by your career/vocation: We use to say like • Economist Amartya Sen • President Pranab Mukherjee • Footballer P.K Banerjee, Baichung Bhutia • Physicist Satyen Bose • Scientist Prafulla Chandra Roy, Botanist Jagadish Chandra Bose-t • Siddhu in Cactus-the lead singer, Rupam in Fassils • Dancer Alakananda Roy, Singer Suchitra Mitra So about you:…………should be our careful decision They are known to us because of their CAREER which is best fit and also that’s why they are so famous-appropriately chosen
  4. 4. Some famous Personalities , they are known by their careers/professions
  5. 5. Students Need To Be Oriented Towards Their Own Vocation Education serves two purposes: • Knowledge gain • Having appropriate careers They compliment to each other, From childhood students acquire General Knowledge from the daily studies giving emphasizes on Own Preferences: but HOW? Doing /practising what s/he likes most. Parents /Senior people ( Teachers/Relatives/ Coach) the persons to guide students towards their own inclination by supplying/arranging appropriate scopes/advantages in order to make it available before them. It is called “SPOT” the career for that particular student.
  6. 6. Link between Our Education and Our Individual Vocation Vocation should not be a whimsical decision-it ought to be wise choice, so each and every student need to have good familiarity of his/her own • Aptitudes • Interest/Preferences • Personality Parents, specially mother, Teachers and Career Counsellors are the persons who will be helpful in choosing most suitable Career/Vocation for the students. How? From the daily class activities/studies/score sheets/result. That I shall describe by interacting with you, students!
  7. 7. Aptitudes/preferences/personality They are The BIG factors in choosing your careers by YOU only 1. Continuously good marks subject wise 2. How comfortable are you subject wise/activity wise 3. Intelligence is not the last/final word- Need to be careful of your EMOTION
  8. 8. Non-authoritarian Nature of students’ vocational choice 1. Needs no effect/influences-clear thinking process by students 2. only 3. Absolutely free to choose 4. Availability of Vocational information 5. Should be understand the financial background of Family 6. There is always an alternative way to reach the target 7. No need to have instant Gratification-necessary to learn how to wait for the chance to arrive 8. Knowledge about personality 9. Meaning to be assertive: Facilitating Optimal Confrontation and Minimal Anxiety in pursuing particular Vocation 10. Personality wise vocations 11. Be free while you ride on the wheel of Career Choice 12. There is always an option for second career in life- as our life span is increasing , so boredom with a career for a long period is really a monotonous journey .
  9. 9. Aptitudes So many processes are there: • MANY assessment tools are there • Your skill graph subjects wise in the school level exams • Your comfort feelings with the subject of study The entrance of different Institutes are nothing but is to judge your aptitudes before giving you permission to get admission in the particular Institutes So take care of your own trends, subject score and your comfort level with the studying subjects, it will give you sound knowledge of your subject aptitudes. This is called SELF HELP program
  10. 10. Preferences/Interests It is the opportunity to choose your career, it is the decision making in a confusing state of mind occurred in a the senior level of your class in school. In our culture, most people are one of six personality Types • Realistic, • Investigative, • Artistic, • Social Occupation, • Enterprising and • Conventional. Some refer to these as Holland Codes or RIASEC
  11. 11. Personality The 16PF Career Development Report contains • This report is an ideal resource for in-depth discussions around career development. Matching a person’s 16PF results to general professional areas as well as specific suggested occupations, it provides the detail needed for the respondent to think about their career options and motivations in a highly action-oriented way. • It is also ideal for facilitating discussion with individuals about how their personal strengths can lead to career success • A narrative interpretation of 16PF personality information that emphasises personal strengths • A sharable feedback section organised around five key themes: problem- solving resources; patterns for coping with stressful conditions; interpersonal interaction styles; organisational role and work-setting preferences; and career activity interests • (For practitioners only) Scores on the 16 Primary Factor scales and the five Global Factor scales, as well as predicted leadership–subordinate role patterns, predicted career interest scores for seven broad areas of interest (influencing, organising, creating, helping, analysing, producing and venturing), and occupational interest scores
  12. 12. Personality When to use the 16PF Career Development Report • Career transition and planning • Career development

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