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Career Counselling: Nurturing Young Minds
Charushilla Narula Bajpai, author of this article is the Founder Director & Key Mentor, University Connection Career counselling helps to nurture young minds and helps them work towards finding their aspirations and achieving their goals
Whatever rocks your boat may become your career or a vocation, but we are often known by the professions we keep. In essence, career decisions are life decisions, and life can either be blissful or drudgery depending on what we decide to do. The right career guidance at the right age, especially for young minds, can feel like someone threw a water wheely at you or taught you how to trek and find your Everest!
The need for research while finding a college
Often seen as a place of learning, an institution, an accreditation for our qualifications, it is also the place where we create lifelong memories, gather experiences, nurture interests, start new friendships, swear to make a difference to the world and perhaps find our calling!
With so many options and specializations available across the globe, careful and diligent research is the key to finding your go-to place. College is not only about academics after all, it’s about finding your community where you can thrive and grow as an individual. College Research becomes like the first step to one of the most important decisions of our life.
UnivReach connects 4000 plus students to Universities from over 5 countries
In close to a decade, University Connection has impacted over 10,000 students across the country. University Connection curated India’s first series of a location-specific virtual college fair, UnivReach, which began in September 2021 and concluded with its 10th college fair on 28th January 2022.
With UnivReach being India’s first location-specific program for universities, University Connection aims to bring together universities and students by expanding the focus towards smaller cities and towns. #NotJustintheBigCities is their popular hashtag. The college fair was conducted in over 25 cities across states like Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, East Zone states, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Punjab, and Delhi NCR. The fair consisted of 10 events and has already witnessed the cumulative participation of more than 4,000 students from over 50 schools in under three months.