Career Guidance

UK Universities in School
August 17, 2016  

As part of the British Council Schools Mission, 12 Universities from the U.K. visited the school and met students of classes XI and XII to inform them about various courses and study opportunities available in the U.K. After an introduction by the British Council, the members of the delegation had ‘Just a Minute’ to introduce their University and convince the students about it.  Parents and students then went around to individual University tables which were set up, in order to know more about the opportunities, exposure, admission procedure, fees, scholarships etc. They were given brochures and their questions were patiently answered.


Career Orientation Sessions
August 5, 2016 

Mrs. Rashmi Vijay, from Education Matters (an international education consulting company), conducted a session for the students of classes XI and XII on the various educational opportunities and options available globally. The interactive session was informative for the students.

August 6, 2016  

A career orientation session was conducted by a team from Aakash institute for the students of classes IX and X and the Science stream students of classes XI and XII. The team from Aakash spoke about identifying and pursuing dreams and goals. They spoke about the future opportunities students could seek amongst more than 400 career options available in India.

- As reported by Krithy Kumar, Asst. Press Coordinator


Career Choices – Classes IX to XII
July 5, 2016   

Mr. Vinayak Reddy of Plan A Consultancy – a GRE and GMAT training academy, interacted with students of classes IX to XII in separate batches to help students identify their interests, decide their career preferences based on them and be aware of the scope of their choices.  This session helped in correlating between the subjects learnt and their targeted careers.


Guest Lectures in January
Physics Comes to Life – A spectrum of fun activities were conducted for the students of grade IX by Mr. Jagan from Discovery Kids. This interactive session brought out the connection between Science and everyday life.

Career Guidance session for grades XI and XII by Ms. Jayashree of Bala’s Education and Counselling on the various study opportunities in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia.

Guest Lecture on Agriculture for grade VIII by Ms. Radha Varadarajan, who specializes in agriculture and sustainable development practices.

Guest Lecture on Cyclonic Patterns for grade VIII by Mr. Pradeep John, a weather blogger who blogs under the name ‘Tamil Nadu Weatherman’.

Dr. Alan Richard Chambers from the University of Southampton in U.K. spoke to the students of grade IX on opportunities in Engineering and how they could be part of the technological future.

Career Guidance Programme on Chartered Accountancy – Interested students and parents from grades IX to XII attended a session ‘CA as a Career’ by Mr. Karthikeyan and Ms. Santhoshini, chartered accountants from Virtus Academy.


Australian Consulate Members at HSV

June 27, 2014

The students of Class X, XI and XII had an opportunity to interact with a delegation from the Australian Consulate headed by His Excellency Mr. Sean Kelly, Australian Consul General for South India. The team also included Mr. Michael Carter, Australian Consul Commercial and other delegates.

The face to face interaction provided a platform for the students of the high school to explore career options in an International arena.

The purpose of the visit was to orient the children on the following aspects:

  • Considering Australia as one of the destinations for quality higher education
  • Providing insight into life in Australia  &  career opportunities
  • Providing insight on scholarships & application procedure

The session included visuals, speeches and an interactive session. The session was indeed a fruitful one as parents and students got an opportunity to gain first hand information not only from the visiting delegates but also from an Indian embryologist who has returned to India after pursuing her higher education in Australia.

Career counselling session for XI & XII by the British Council at CHSV 

On the 19th of August, students from class XI and XII had a career counselling session with representatives from the British Council and other representatives from various British universities.

After a presentation by the representative from the British Council about what steps must be taken to apply for a degree, the students were given about an hour to interact with the various representatives from each university in informal sessions. Some of the universities present were the University of East Anglia, Northumbria University, Plymouth University, and the University of Exeter. Students called the session very informative, and many of them were given brochures or pamphlets from the universities containing further details on specific courses.

Career Guidance session by BITS Hyderabad
January 9th, 2014

Ten students from BITS Hyderabad campus pursuing various streams of engineering, addressed the students of class 10 and 11 on the courses offered by BITS. They spoke about the BITS SAT examination besides briefing the students on time management, the prospect each stream of engineering has to offer and life at the BITS campus.

Career options in the Armed Forces 

7th August 2014

Major Suresh Babu, a Major in the Armed Forces addressed the students of class X, XI & XII on career options in the army. His videos on ‘Life in the army’ introduced the children to a soldier’s life with its inherent privileges like housing, healthcare services and life insurance. Besides being a good career option, the Major also emphasized on the armed forces as an ideal career for the selfless, disciplined and brave.  The session was held in the AV Room between 1:40- 2:20 pm on August 7, 2014

Career choices – A session with student interns from AIESEC

August 4-9, 2014

Student interns from AIESEC, the world’s largest global youth network, were in the school campus and our students had the opportunity to interact with them and get information about popular career choices in their countries.

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