About CDC Centres

About the Project

¨The concept of Career Development Centre is derived from the spirit of National Employment Service Manual (NESM) and  ILO’s career guidance policy.   It is a comprehensive, developmental project designed to assist individuals in making and implementing informed educational and occupational choices.


What will we be Providing?

  • Assist job seeker s to analyze occupational changes and labour market trends.
  • Test job  seekers skills, abilities and interest and analyze the capabilities for employment.
  • Provide individual to  formulate an   action plan for career research.
  • Formulate special programmes for SC/ ST/ Women job seekers to  identify and obtain appropriate placement in a particular age.
  • Conduct PACE (Parents as Career Educators) and TACE ( Teachers as Career educators) workshop for  parents and teachers of Secondary School
  • Career  Guidance and counseling by professionals
  • Special programmes for teachers in career education.  Formulate a scientific curriculum  for this programme in consultation with professionals of career management.
  • Conducting  career guidance classes  in all school
  • Special career guidance programme for special groups of individuals.  such as  graduates,  Post graduates, Engineering  Diploma holders, engineering graduates, ITI holders, physically challenges individuals, woman job seekers, self employment seekers, individuals belongs to SC / ST communities etc.
  • Find out very talented children of 7th and 8th classes of the area through a talent test to  formulated talent club with the help of family, school, professionals, various institutes etc.  the Centre should maintain their educational, emotional and physical level in the highest  standard and make them fit to obtain most shining careers of the world.
  • Provide soft skill  training  to skilled workers to develop entrepreneurship and good personality among them.
  • Help individuals to fill up the application to attend various interviews, examination through online at free of cost.
  • Formulate special programme to develop entrepreneurship among children like KAB (Know About Business) programme  of ILO.  
  • Develop  different programmes  to improve the quality of writing  and communicative  efficiency of children in English Language.
  • Develop various programmes in career development for department staff and conduct  training for them in the future
  • Prepare career posters for exhibition.
  • Conduct workshop on career opportunities in abroad

Who Benefits

Everyone benefits—

  • youth and adults,
  • male and female,
  • disabled, disadvantaged,
  • minorities,
  • limited English proficient,
  • dropouts,
  • teachers,
  • parents,
  • employers,
  • marginilized individuals,etc.

AND THE STATE ITSELF


Following are the various services avilable through Career Development Centers

  • Campus Recruitment

    Campus Recruiter Job Description. Campus recruiters locate and recruit talented students and recent graduates from universities and college campuses to fill job openings or internship positions.

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  • Career Counseling

    Career Counseling is a process that will help you to know and understand yourself and the world of work in order to make career, educational, and life decisions.

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  • Career Fairs

    A job fair, also referred commonly as a career fair or career expo, is speed dating for companies and professionals job seekers. A job fair is an event in which employers, recruiters, and schools give information to potential employees.

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  • Career Workshops

    Come to an interactive, educational workshop geared specifically toward UCSC students to attain the skills and information you need to move forward with your next steps.

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  • Internships

    If clerical work (answering phones, filing, cold-calling) is involved, let the student know how often such tasks will be required – keeping in mind that clerical work should comprise no more than 20% of the internship duties.

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  • Job Resources

    HR managers report to upper management and work closely with other department managers regarding employee issues. According to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) national survey, human resources managers earned a median salary of $99,720 in May 2012.

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  • Job Search

    O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! Keyword or O*NET-SOC Code: Browse groups of similar occupations to explore careers. .

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