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Career Awareness among Higher Secondary Students in Rural Areas of Berasia, Bhopal | Original Article

Radhakrishnan KC Dr. Rekha Gupta in Shodhaytan (RNTUJ-STN) | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Young people today are facing a complex and rapidly changing society. A review of the literature reveals that despite a great deal of effort being put forth by schools and government agencies, an increasingly large proportion of Indian youth have and will continue to experience difficulty in making the transition from the world of school to the world of work. Over the last few decades significant economic, social, political, and technological changes have made it difficult for young people to adapt to the numerous career trends. These trends which include Move from the production/ manufacturing sector to the service sector; Automation and  increase in computer technology;  Increase in online ,app based ,part time, temporary and seasonal work; Inflation  in the number of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities in the work force; Population increase of skilled youngsters leading to unemployment, low-paying positions and competition. Aim of the study rest on how student make decisions and choices involved in planning future and building a career on occupation in rural areas. Most assorted is students awareness in relation to their academic studies and occupation also the orientation among the students to the method of locating and using available information sources of the school for the purpose of obtaining, analyzing about job and requirements. Paper put maximum emphasis on how students orient to the availability in the school. And after guidance assistance to the students in planning the job seeking process in finding an appropriate place in the world with students born ability, efficiency.