YPS has gone far beyond the conventional approach towards shaping future of the students. Here, we are talking about helping the students in choosing a career. Sometimes, identifying your potential and choosing the right path seems a gruelling task. At YPS, we help our students move up the ladder of success by guiding them about the future prospects and opportunities. In context to that, Career Counselling workshops are held periodically in YPS to keep students equipped about latest developments.
The school is using the services of Univariety, a career guidance organisation, for students from class IX onwards. This involves psychometric test, personalised counselling, Alumni guidance and University guidance. Further career counselling workshops which give an insight about how important it is to work towards your aim from beginning. From domestic to international, all career related choices are accessible via these workshops. The counsellors provided all the vital information about available courses worldwide. To make the session more fun and interesting, various activities are also conducted to make students aware of their strengths. Overall, it is a fun learning session. The workshop concludes after one-on-one session with the aspiring students.
These workshops were conducted by the Consultation Guru, Patiala in May. They introduced many Foreign Universities’ representatives to the students. Franklin Institute of Agri-Technology, New Zealand, ESLSCA Business School, Paris, EDC Paris Business School, Rennes School of business, France, Asia pacific University, Malaysia were amongst the International Schools and Universities whose representatives were present during the workshop to guide students about various future courses and their eligibility and scholarship criteria.
The students also registered on the consultation website to access wide range of information regarding latest developments in the field of education.
Such career oriented workshops are regular feature of our curriculum to keep our students in the lead.