Members of the Cell

  1. Dr. Ananta Chakraborty (Convener)
  2. Dr. Sudhansu Khanra
  3. Dr. Amalendu Sahoo
  4. Dr. Subhashree Basu
  5. Madhurima Neogi
  6. Dr. Manotosh Mondal
  7. Dr. Rabin Majumdar
  8. Mr. Ajay Babu
  9. Dr. Mrinal Maity
  10. Dr. Amit Karmakar


About Us

Career Counselling is a comprehensive, developmental process designed to assist individuals in making and implementing informed educational and occupational choices. A career guidance and counseling programme develops an individual’s competencies in self-knowledge, educational and occupational exploration, and career planning.The decision of one’s career is one of the most crucial decisions of our lives. Sometimes, students end up making this decision on the basis of inadequate knowledge, and maybe societal pressure. Such decisions may often direct them into careers that are unsuited for them, and thereby lead to stress and dissatisfaction. Therefore, it is important to make an informed decision about one’s career choices. Getting proper guidance can help a student set long-term career goals and find the right path to achieving those goals.

Career Counselling is particularly important for students as they are at a critical juncture in their lives when they need to make decisions that can significantly impact their future. Career Counselling can aid students on the following ways:

  • Informed Decision-Making: Career Counselling provides information about various career options, industries, job roles, and educational pathways. This information empowers students to make decisions based on a clear understanding of their options.
  • Alignment with Interests and Strengths: Career Counselling helps students identify their passions and strengths, allowing them to choose career paths that are a good fit for their individual qualities.
  • Maximising Potential: Career counsellors can recognise a student’s potential and suggest paths that may not have been initially considered. This helps students explore opportunities they might not have been aware of otherwise.

Objectives of Career Counselling:

The objectives of Career Counselling, as practiced in Tamralipta Mahavidyalaya can be understood as follows:

  • Help onefigure out who one is and what one can expect from one’s education, one’s career, and one’s life.
  • Provide an effective place for one to talk to about one’s thoughts, ideas, feelings, and concerns about one’s career and educational choices, which will help oneunderstand one’s career options, streamline them and work in an organised manner in order to establish a successful career path.
  • Help one identify the factors influencing one’s career development, and help one assess one’s interests, abilities, and values.
  • Help one locate resources and sources of career information.
  • Help one to determine the next steps in one’s career path and develop a plan to achieve one’s goals.