EAMCET may be over, but the real test begins. As students pour over the innumerable choices to make before the counselling starts, The Hindu is helping the students to make the right choice.

Career Counselling-2010 being conducted by The Hindu-Education Plus, in association with Vignan Engineering College, is being held at Sri Venkateswara Vignan Mandiram in Guntur on Sunday. The session starts at 10 a.m. Spot registrations start from 9 a.m. The registration fee is Rs.100.

The session will provide students who have appeared for EAMCET and are seeking admission into engineering and medical colleges an opportunity to interact with eminent faculty members on the prospects of courses and skill set required to make it big in their chosen careers. Students of senior Intermediate too could use the opportunity to have an understanding about courses.

The participants will be given a 150-page handbook containing articles on different courses and career options written by experts.

Stalls will also set up by engineering colleges.