‘It has clarified all doubts about CET online counselling’

While The Hindu EducationPlus Career Counselling Session – 2013 was “very educative” to P. Bharghavi, it was “informative and instilling confidence” to Prema, a parent.

The session, for several others, provided clarifications on various aspects of the Common Entrance Test (CET) online counselling and an insight into career opportunities.

“I want to thank The Hindu for organising such a programme to not only create an awareness among students and parents about career opportunities but also provide guidance on how to choose the right career. In fact, being a teacher, I was not myself aware of many things. The session has instilled confidence in me and I am sure all students and parents who attended it have been benefited,” Ms. Prema said, after the session.

This is the second year in succession that The Hindu EducationPlus Career Counselling was held here. Over 200 students from Bellary, Sandur and Hospet taluks, and surrounding places, who have appeared for the CET, and more than a hundred parents, attended the session, which was held at the ASM College for Women here on Sunday. .

G. Divya of Kurgodu was unable to decide on whether to join B.Sc. course, which was her choice, or an engineering course, which was the desire of her parents.

“After attending the counselling, I have decided to join B.Sc. (Agriculture),” she said.

For K. Savitri, choosing the right career and achieve the desired goal has become easy, after attending the session.

P. Bhargavi was among the happy lot as most of her doubts about online counselling were cleared, besides making her know about various career opportunities.

P. Vadiraj, Dermatologist and a parent, expressed satisfaction over the manner in which the counselling session was conducted.

“I am happy to see experts from various faculties on one stage and clarify all the doubts of parents and students,” he said.