A series of lecturers, some visits and one-to-one dialogues are organised to expose pupils to the vast range of careers open to them. Speakers are experts in their own areas of specialization and thus can talk with authority on problems as well as prospects in vocations/professions of their choice.
The talks also include mundane but essential data on institutions in our country which offer suitable courses, financial implications, eligibility criteria for admission, mode of application and selection etc.
A concerted effort is made to expose the senior school pupils to a wide spectrum of careers, emphasizing all the time that – it is more important to do what one enjoys doing rather than do something only because of familial and social pressure, - careers are proliferating and many new ones will arise for pupils to choose from as they grow up.
Continuing Education after formally ending it, thus becomes very important for awareness and professional growth. There are many more career options today than 15 years ago.
With the help of aptitude tests, combined with the pupils achievement profiles in school, the school Counsellors guide them more activity at the “Plus Two” stage although inputs commence at class IX.