Amity Care at a Career Fair

Poonam Singh Jamwal, Director, Amity Care, (first from left) looks on as eager students appear for the Career Aptitude Test (CAT).

Aradhana Bist, Career Counselor of Amity Care, offering career counseling to a couple of students.

More than 400 students turned up to seek career counseling from Amity Care at a career fair organized in Delhi.

Students made a beeline at the stall of Amity Care to seek guidance ranging from making general career decisions to admission at Amity institutions located at Noida, Luknow, Gurgaon and Jaipur.

Aradhana Bist, Counselor of Amity Care, entertained about 100 students with questions related to making the right career decisions after passing Class X and XII. Manisha Mani, Academic Counselor from the Amity Admission Department, handled an equal number of students seeking specific information about Amity courses and institutions.

More than two hundred other students gave the Career Aptitude Test (CAT), which has been designed to help students identify the right courses based on their temperament, aptitude and interests. Amity Care will go through each form and post the test results back to the students. Based on the results, the students will be able to make the correct career choice. Shipra Thakur, Relationship Executiveof Amity Care, guided the students appearing for the CAT test in addition to coordinating Amity Care’s participation in the event.

Poonam Singh Jamwal, Director, Amity Care, paid a visit and took a first-hand account of the fair, which was held at Ramjas School,Sector 4, R.K. Puram on the 19 th of November.

There were about 20 other stalls at the fair but it was apparent that Amity Care stole the show with about half the crowd thronging its stall at any given time. That was enough motivation for Amity Care to take the decision of participating in more such events in the future.

Ms Balachandran, Principal of Ramjas was appreciative of the effort and showed interest in taking the relationship forward.

Reported by Bhuwan Sharma