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Welfare Association For Rehabilitation Of Disabled And Society(WARDS), Jeevan Bhima Nagar, Bengaluru.

Needs volunteer counsellors,

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1. Child and adolescent counsellor- Understand Special Need Children

Age Group : 6 years to 25 years with intellectual disability, Autism, Down Syndrome and CP.

2. Part time or Full time.

For more details contact, Phone Number : 8105676362 – Aruna Mail ID : wards.bengaluru@gmail.com

The HDFC School, Bengaluru are having openings

for Special Educators and School Counselors.

It is a full time job opportunity.

You may send your resumes to: –

hradmin.blr@thehdfcschool.com

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Qualification

Location

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11th Apr 24

Psychologist

Minimum Bachelor's in Psychology, Social Work. IGNOU graduates are also eligible.

Bengaluru, Karnataka

2

13th Apr 24

Academic Counselor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru, Karnataka�

3

15th Apr 24

Admission Counselor

Bengaluru, Karnataka

4

15th Apr 24

Senior Coordinator

Bengaluru, Karnataka�

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Date

Job

Qualification

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1

07th Mar 24

Education Counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bangalore City, Karnataka�

2

08th Mar 24

Sr. Admission counsellor

Dubai � ( GCC Regional Head office )

3

08th Mar 24

Psychology Counsellor

Postgraduate degree in Psychology, Counselling, or a related field

Bengaluru, Karnataka

4

09th Mar 24

Admission Counselor

Bachelors degree required, Masters degree preferred, preferably from the university.

Bengaluru, Karnataka

5

09th Mar 24

Child Counselor

Master's or Doctorate in Psychology or related field

Bengaluru, Karnataka

6

10th Mar 24

Student Counselor

Bengaluru, Karnataka

April Month Posting

1

02nd Apr 24

Counsellor -Middle and High School

Bengaluru, Karnataka

2

03rd Apr 24

Psychologist Counsellor

Bengaluru, Karnataka

3

03rd Apr 24

Student Counsellor

Master�s Degree in Psychology

Bengaluru, Karnataka

4

03rd Apr 24

Wellness Counsellor

Master�s Degree in Counseling/Guidance, Education, or Psychology

Bengaluru, Karnataka

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24th Feb 24

Psychology Counsellor

Postgraduate degree in Psychology, Counselling, or a related field.

Bengaluru, Karnataka

2

24th Feb 24

Student Counselor

Bengaluru, Karnataka

3

24th Feb 24

Student Counselor

Varthur,Bengaluru, Karnataka

4

24th Feb 24

Education

Bengaluru, Karnataka

5

24th Feb 24

Education Counselor

Bengaluru, Karnataka

6

24th Feb 24

Overseas Counselor

Bachelor's (Required)

Bengaluru, Karnataka

7

24th Feb 24

Academic Counselor

Graduate/Post Graduate from any discipline.

Bengaluru, Karnataka

8

24th Feb 24

Academic Counselor

Graduation/Post Graduation

Bengaluru, Karnataka

1

7th Feb 24

Academic Counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru,

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8th Feb 24

Academic Coordinator

Bengaluru,

3

9th Feb 24

Academic Counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

JP Nagar, Bengaluru

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14th Feb 24

Education Counselor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru,

5

12th Feb 24

Academic Counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru,

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02-02-2024

Academic Counselor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru

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02-02-2024

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Bengaluru

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06-Feb-24

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Higher Secondary(12th Pass) (Preferred)

Bengaluru

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05-Feb-24

Academic Counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Kodigehalli, Bengaluru

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05-Feb-24

Academic Counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru

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06-Feb-24

Senior Counsellor

Graduate

Bengaluru

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06-Feb-24

Academic counsellor

Bachelor's (Preferred)

Bengaluru

Time has come for exams, tension, anxiety …..and hopefully the end of the academic year.  Then the rush for admissions, entrance exams, confusion of which course to take.

We teach children for 12 years in school, but do not give them any skills to choose their careers.  There is a mad rush for Computer Science Engineering or medicine, and lakhs of students prepare for years and years to crack JEE or NEET, without knowing what they are in for and where it is leading them.

It is the responsibility of all of us to give inputs and familiarize students, and their parents, about which career (out of innumerable lucrative choices) is suitable for any specific child, and to resist the herd mentality.  Please make that effort…..

It is a question of their whole future, they need a little hand-holding.

Learn to Enjoy Stress - By Dr. Ali Khwaja

How often have you felt that you are stressed out the moment you think of studies and exams?  Have you ever felt like just giving up and running away somewhere?  If you have faced or are facing such situations, did you ever stop to think how and why stress accumulates in some of us, while others are carefree and whistling their way through exams and life?

There are answers to these questions.  All we need to do is to take a short break, stop getting stressed out by thinking of exams all the time, and pay attention to a few important facts.  Otherwise we will become like the over-enthusiastic boy who was so happy when he got a contract to cut trees that he just went on chopping with all his might.  He never stopped to sharpen his axe, with the result that all his efforts were in vain.  The blunt axe could not cut, and in his frustration he kept hacking harder and harder till he dropped of exhaustion and lost the contract.  Are you ready to sharpen your mental axe?

The countdown to exams has begun.  You are probably counting days now, and are getting tensed, particularly when you think of those tough and boring subjects that you have begun to hate.  No one can be good at all subjects.  There are at least eight types of intelligence: mathe-logical, linguistic, interpersonal, intra-personal, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, spatial and ecological.  Eventually you will find the right vocation that suits your intelligence, but right now you have to study all subjects from languages to technical ones.  To make the best of it, here are a few tip:

  • Start with relaxing BEFORE you sit down to study. Don’t wait till you are tired and fatigued.  The fresher your mind, the more you will be able to take in, in the least time.  Find out a method of relaxation that suits you, don’t copy what someone else is doing.  A few examples are: Long, brisk walk; Jogging, Tennis, golf, Swimming, Aerobics / dancing, Playing with child/pet, Gardening; Driving into nature, Shouting loudly and freely, Yoga, Meditation, Prayer / discourses, Talking to a friend or counselor, Listening to (or playing) music, Maintaining an informal diary, Thought-provoking books, Punching a pillow, Tearing old newspapers.  Experiment till you hit upon the right one.
  • Take periodic breaks. Never study till you are so tired that nothing is going to your head.  Only you know how long you can study before you need a break, follow your mind.  The duration may vary depending on whether you are studying an interesting or boring subject.  At the same time, keep in mind that your break should be short and relaxing, and not taking your mind away into another activity.
  • Study systematically. List out all the chapters, mark those you have trouble with, keep periodically revising or reviewing.  Don’t get bogged down into one subject the whole day.
  • Keep giving yourself periodic tests, both verbal and written. Do mock exams even at home, they will prepare you for facing the actual exam.
  • Keep track of your biological clock, when you are at peak energy, and when you are down and out. Study difficult subjects when you are feeling energetic.  For boring subjects, allot a fixed time and tell yourself that you will finish as soon as the time is over.

As your exams get nearer, do not cut down on your sleep beyond rational limits.  You can certainly do with 25-30% less sleep than average, but cutting it down to 50% or less can actually add to your strain.  Keep up your hygiene, food habits, get fresh air and clear your mind periodically.  On the day of the exam, don’t cram till the last moment.  Have a healthy meal, go early and check out the place, talk to friends or family to calm down your nerves, and then begin the exam with the clear thought – it is just an exam, it is not going to kill you.

Ali’s Notes:

Technology has advanced immensely. Schools have state-of-the-art facilities in every aspect of child requirements, and millions are spent for providing all comforts and amenities to the students. Yet a survey by Banjara showed that 95% of all children, including those in high-end schools, still carry a water bottle in addition to the already heavy bag. Is it not possible to provide purified drinking water to the students in their classrooms? If we really cared for our children, we can think of these (and many similar) small steps to make life convenient to them.
We have still not managed to reduce the size (and weight) of the school bag in today’s e-learning era. We continue to give all our attention to home work, completion of portions, innumerable tests and exams, and rote learning.
If we wish to create a better world around us as the next generation takes over, it is high time we took some initiatives.