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How Can Parents Help Their Wards In Career Casting

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Parents Role In Casting Students Career
Students Career not just depend on Student or their Teachers. But Parents too play a vital role for their career building. In order to Cast their wards career Parents and their primary counselling is much needed. As much as teachers, peers and consultants do-if not-more-parents play a crucial role in drawing a study plan and shaping the career and future of their children.

At present, the Board exam results are in their hands, but its also a testing time for parents, who need to acquire knowledge about educational options, understand their wards interests, skill sets and influence them to take the right path.

Firstly, Why do you think that Parents guidance is important : Well it is so. Because parents have very rich knowledge and experience. They can encourage children to choose a career or subjects that they understood over their life and know the prospectus in depth.

About 40% students choose their school or college of study after a brief look at the course guide, without research and due diligence, going by just the hearsay. In this situation, parents must encourage their wards to gather all relevant information and make an informed choice, considering both the short-and-long-term benefits and prospects.

Well, to make parents come over such situation easily here are few roles and responsibilities which would be helpful in helping up their wards :

  • Learn more about your child
  • Identify some responsibilities
  • Evaluate options
  • Make a Choice
  • Create an action plan
  • Take your action
  • Review and revise

On following all these above mentioned steps, remember that it is your wards future!. It is your role to separate your innermost desires and wishes from that of your child. Its YOU who can help them reach their own DREAMS..

Also read : Can Parents Help Their Wards In Career Selection?

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