Career guidance portal ‘Manzilein 2.0’ launched for 9, 12 classes
Post by RK News on Thursday, December 8, 2022
Jammu, Dec 7: Principal Secretary, Education Department, Alok Kumar on Wednesday launched a prestigious Jammu and Kashmir career guidance portal Manzilein 2.0 at a ceremony held here. The portal has been developed in collaboration with UNICEF India to provide career guidance to the students of classes 9 to 12 in government schools.
Www.jkcareerportal.org is accessible to all the students of government schools from class 9th to 12th through unique Aadhaarshila IDs in the Jammu division and LMS IDs in the Kashmir division. This portal will help students in exploring over more than 555 careers, 21000 colleges, 262,000 programs in 16 countries and also 1150 entrance exams, vocational courses and 1120 scholarships.
Alok Kumar, while speaking on the occasion, expressed gratitude towards UNICEF India for developing this portal for the benefit of students. He added that this portal will help students to access different career courses and can choose their career path matching their aspirations, interest, inclination and aptitude.
The Principal Secretary called upon the teacher counsellors to help students navigate through the portal to derive its benefits. Dr. Ravi Shankar Sharma, Director School Education Jammu, during his opening remarks, said that NEP 2020 also stresses timely career guidance of students. He said this portal will complement the efforts of the Directorate of School Education Jammu to provide career guidance to students to fulfill their aspirations by setting up realistic goals. “With this portal, students can discover their prospective careers from the comfort of their homes,” he added.
Danish Aziz, UNICEF Education Specialist, gave an orientation on Manzilein Career Portal 2.0 to counselling task force members present on the occasion. He enlightened the students about the navigation of this portal. Dr. Romesh Kumar IC Counselling Cell DSEJ presented a brief note on counselling initiatives undertaken by the Directorate of school education Jammu in the recent past and interacted with counselling task force regarding implementing career guidance programmes in schools.
Students and teachers shared their valuable feedback regarding counselling initiatives in the schools.