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Educomp launches CareerFirst for schools

Educomp launches CareerFirst,a chain of Career Resource Centres in Schools across India.

Written by Agencies | New Delhi |
December 10, 2010 2:59:40 pm

CareerFirst—an offering from EduIgnite,the career counselling & planning division of Educomp Solutions launched its first Career Resource Centre in Delhi’s prestigious Modern School at Barakhamba road.

CareerFirst enables students to make right career decisions,psychometric testing and personalised counselling provided at the right time is crucial. This is where CareerFirst comes in. CareerFirst aims to create career awareness among students of classes 9th to 12th through psychometric assessment backed with counselling and guidance. EduIgnite,by setting up a Career Resource Centre right inside the school,allows students uninterrupted access to information and counselling.

The CareerFirst centre,a state-of-the art facility with high-tech infra,was today inaugurated at the Modern School by the School Principal and noted educationist,Lata Vaidyanathan.

Speaking on the occasion,Pravesh Dudani – product head at EduIgnite Said “As part of the engagement with the school we provide multiple career assessments,career workshops and individual counselling sessions,flanked with our exclusive career resource centre to empower the students with tools & resources over the entire year”.

Student benefits from CareerFirst centre include a thorough understanding of one’s strength & skills through credible assessments,goal setting & career guidance by professional counsellors,access to workshops,career videos,admission guides & latest career literature with information & comparison of best colleges across the country.

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