Building Career Paths

Hey Career Diwanes! We hope you missed us as much we did because today, we are thrilled to bring some new insight which you might have been missing on. Before we begin, we would like to welcome you back to the AADI GARG career guidance blog. For those of you who are new, we welcome you to the AADI GARG career guidance blog where we share insights about education and careers, child/adolescent counselling and so much more. Lets talk about something which parents might consider a waste of resources but they are definitely worth it. Well, we do not blame parents for thinking like that because half of the urban population consists of working-class family who are too busy to even consider career counselling, so they might as well consider the opinion of those who have excelled the most either in their family or social circle.
Those who have excelled the most either in their family or social circle.
Now, without further ado,
Lets get started!

Lets stop following Sharma Ji ke bete!

There is no denying that studying field trends is important but it is more essential to find something you’re good at. You cannot be accepted in the society if you aren’t successful in your career but not all paths lead to the desired end. If you have a knack for Fine Arts or History and you’re being driven to choose PCM because the topper of your class is opting for it, then we highly suggest you to cross out PCM right away! With regards to the topper’s decision, you choosing PCM would not determine success because it might set the topper’s life.

Career Counselling at your service!

After reading the above section we’re pretty sure this question must popped up in your minds, how do we know what we are good at?
Well, that where you explore the power of career counselling comes to your rescue. A career counsellor would try to understand your strength and weakness by conducting a series of psychological assessment which determine your Intelligence Quotient (IQ), Emotional Quotient (EQ), Adversity Quotient (AQ) and Creative Quotient (CQ).
Well, that where you explore the power of career counselling comes to your rescue. A career counsellor would try to understand your strength and weakness by conducting a series of psychological assessment which determine your Intelligence Quotient (IQ), Emotional Quotient (EQ), Adversity Quotient (AQ) and Creative Quotient (CQ).

Know where your interest and strength lie!

Before choosing any line, its essential to understand where your interest/strength lie. Instead of facilitating yourself and your family to the Sharma Ji Ke Bete, make sure you understand the working of CBSE for Secondary Education and then look for the subjects you have the most confidence in. If you already know your strengths and weaknesses, then all you have to do is choose your subjects and your school. If you’re confused, then we highly advise you to take an aptitude test by your nearest career counselors.

Let talk reality for a moment.

Even though ‘counselling’ or ‘therapy’ or ‘mental health’ should be considered seriously but in India, it becomes a matter of pride because psychologists ke pass sirf pagal jaate hai. First of all, one should understand the meaning and difference between ‘counselling’ and ‘therapy’. ‘Counselling’ uses some psychological tools but their main work revolves around research and practical approach towards, here, career growth whereas ‘therapy’ involves the diagnosis and treatment of your current mental state. To put in simple words, you receive ‘career counselling’ but ‘therapy’ for ‘depression.’
Career counselling would aim at providing a shape to your future so that you work in a field to your potential.
So that’s it for today! We hope this blog must’ve provided some insights which you were missing on the whole time. Let us know what insight should we cover for you next but until then remember
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