Bihar Education Project Council (BEPC), alongside the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has recently premiered their Career Guidance Portal that will benefit students of Bihar with information and guidance related to work, school, exams, scholarship, and more.
Education Minister of Bihar, Krishna Nandan Prasad Verma, unveiled the first career portal for Bihar students — www.biharcareerportal.com.
Verma said, “Bihar needs to switch to digital platforms for matching steps with the other states. The career portal would definitely help the students to hit their career objectives by getting integrated and authentic educational stream information on time. Especially, in rural areas, students either opt for wrong career path or they drop out due to lack of information.”
Assadur Rehman, Chief of UNICEF, Bihar, said, “Bihar has 78 lakh adolescents, who would be beneficiaries of the career portal. This is a concrete step to empower these adolescents and provide them options to understand and embark on a career path.”
Rehman further said that a structured, unbiased career guidance program has a tremendous potential to help students in choosing a right career post class 10 or class 12 and even class 8th for those who drop out of the system. “The portal gives a huge opportunity to create awareness about vocational/job-oriented careers so that the students are aware of viable career options that will help them continue with education and employment.”
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