Career counseling in JP Nagar

Are your SSLC or PUC results out and you are not happy with the performance? Or are you confused about career options?

Are your SSLC or PUC results out and you are not happy with the performance? Or are you confused about career options? Manasa Consultants in JP Nagar has come up with counseling sessions and aptitude test to help students deal with the post result issues.

Annapurna Murthy, a career counselor from Manasa Consultants, feels that such programs are essential to help young people find directions. She says, post results, students whose results are not as per their expectations, do not know on what they can fall back on.

"Both parents and their wards are under severe anxiety," says Annapurna. "Aptitude tests will help identify the areas of strength of the student and will reassure that it is not the end of the journey."

The five-hour long programme tests students in five major areas, which are Aptitude, Intelligence, Personality, Interest and Study habits. The programme includes breaks between the session, and a lunch break.

According to Murthy, thousands of students from Bangalore, all over Karnataka and Hyderabad have undergone these tests.

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