Tackling board exams is not an easy thing. And moreover, the stress and anxiety of choosing a career after exams can take a toll on students’ mental health.
We got in touch with career counsellors across the country for you so that you don’t have to wonder whom to talk to and, instead, can just call on any of the following if you have been struggling with the next move career-wise.
Services offered: Their career guidance process includes the following.
2. Dr. Sanjib Kumar Acharya
Services offered: Career counselling and how to handle exam stress. A session of 2 hours is conducted with each student to guide him/her
3. The Sanctum
Contact: 9500037976 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Services offered: Both online and offline counselling.
Contact: (022)22183810 / (+91) 9867318381, or email@example.com
Services offered: Both online and offline counselling available for students of classes 9 to 12. Separate programs are designed for students based on their needs.
5. Careerguidance India
Contact: 9811105092, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pervin Melhotra, MA (Psychology & Literature) has been doing career counselling for past 30-35 years. She also writes for counselling columns in Educationtimes, Tribune and Amar Ujala. After a detailed assessment, students can fix an appointment for counselling with her.
6. Jayanti Ghose
Contact: 022-23640101, 9920235996, or email@example.com
Counselling sessions for both students and parents are available online and offline.
7. Vikas Kumar, Ranchi
Counselling sessions for students and parents are held on the basis of their results.
8. Vaibhav Datar, Mumbai
It’s perfectly okay to ask for help when you feel demotivated and stressed in life.