Anupma Mehrotra - M.A., B.Ed., Post Grad. Dip. in Guidance and Counselling (P.G.D.G.C.),

Anupma Mehrotra

M.A., B.Ed., Post Grad. Dip. in Guidance and Counselling (P.G.D.G.C.),

Noida | Delhi

Experience: 13 yrs

About Counsellor:

I worked as a teacher in different schools initially teaching language course. With that experience and confidence, I upgraded myself by opting for PGDGC course (Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance and Counselling) conducted by N.C.E.R.T. My professors, principals and my dear students motivated me to move in for counselling as a career. From the year 2006 onwards, I am doing counselling for students (educational, behavioral, career etc), parental counselling, family, marriage and friends counselling. I also undertook rehabilitation of the poor. As such I have 13 years of experience in the field of counselling to various strata of the society. It gave me utmost peace and happiness by counselling to the needy where you become the cause of happiness for others.

 Counselling is as old as society itself. In everyday life also, we find counselling in different levels. For eg. family setup, parents counsel children, doctors counsel patients, lawyer’s counsel clients, teachers are also counsellors for their students.

 We can say, there is no limit to the problems on which counselling can be offered. In present scenario, colleges, universities and industries are increasingly becoming interested in counselling. 

In fact, counselling is a dynamic and purposeful relationship between two people who approach to mutually defined problems with mutual consideration of each other. Counselling always involves a one to one relationship that is one client and one counsellor. It is helping a person to come and see who he really is. Counselling involves two individuals, one seeking help and the other a professionally trained person who can help the first. There should be a relationship of mutual respect between the two individuals. The counsellor should be friendly and co-operating and the counselee should have trust and confidence in the counsellor.

Counsellor should help a student to form a decision, make a choice or find a direction at some important point.  

I was inclined towards counselling due to my empathetic nature. I visualize the circumstances of another person as mine and try to solve the situation and try to create pleasant situation for the same. I prefer educational / career counselling, marriage and family counselling, rehabilitation counselling. This gives me utmost peace.

 

 

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Services:

Students

  • One Detailed Counselling Session
  • 30 Minutes Counselling Duration
  • 22+ Pages Detailed Career Report
  • 1 Week Post Counselling Support
  • 5 Dimensional Career Assessment included
  • Motivational Session
  • Study Techniques
  • Mind Mapping
  • College Details
  • Exam Details
  • Behavioral Counselling

Professionals

  • Detailed Professional Profile Analysis
  • One Detailed Counselling Session
  • 22+ Pages Detailed Career Report
  • 1 Week Post Counselling Support
  • 30 Minutes Counselling Duration
  • Resume Analysis support
  • Career Advancement Recommendations
  • Skills Development Recommendations
  • Motivational Session

5 Reviews:

Reviewed by Ashish Tiwari on 12-01-2021

I am thankful to counsellor Mam for guiding me and helping me in finding my goal. Now I will work on it.Thanka

Reviewed by Vidushi shroff on 11-01-2021

This is really good. It helped me to decide what I have to do in future. After reading the result it felt it was me. It was a wonderful experience and it helped me alot.

Reviewed by Vedika Shroff on 11-01-2021

Thank you so much. It was a great experience interacting with you. The report was so accurate that when I read my report it was all me. As I was stuck with all my odds , you helped me to know my problem and suggested me how to solve. Will recommend all age group to take counselling. I doubted myself but by taking counseling from you , I am ready and all boost up to achieve my goal.

Reviewed by Alok Tiwari on 11-01-2021

It was useful and wonderful for me. This will help me achieve my goal.Thank you....

Reviewed by Saina Mehrotra on 09-01-2021

It was a wonderful experience interacting with you and having got done my assesment. It was helpful in planning my goals and that I would now strive hard to concentrate on those and and that your guidance would help me achieve them in a concerted way.

Answers Given By Anupma Mehrotra:

How to become a CA?

12th of June 2021 | 2979 Views | 2 Likes

Students, who wish to enter the profession of Charted Accountancy; they have to enrol or Foundation Course offered by the Institute after appearing in class 12th examination board in India. students need to register till 30 June /31st December or being eligible to appear in November /May Foundation Course Examination. Students need to complete four months study period in Foundation course and then appear for exam. Students who pass in foundation course exam move to intermediate course. Students have to complete 8 months of study course as on first day of the month in which the intermediate exams will be held for appearing in the intermediate exam. CA students have to complete four weeks integrated Course on Information Technology and Soft skills (ICITSS) while they are in intermediate course and before the beginning of articled training.

Those who qualify in the intermediate exam, then join the final course. Final course students have

To undergo four weeks Advanced Integrated Course on Information Technology of Soft skills (AICITSS)during the last two years of practical training but before appearing in the final examination.

The articled training is of 3 years and a CA student can either completing the articled training or while serving the last 6 months of articled training. Students who clear the CA Final exams have to enrol as a member of the ICAI to be designated as a Charted Accountant.

Another entry method is direct entry method which is available for commerce graduates /post graduates with minimum 55% marks or other graduates /post graduates with 60% marks. Such students can enrol directly with intermediate course. Rest of the conditions remain same.

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How to become a nutritionist and dietician?

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First of all we should know the meaning of Dietician- They plan, monitor and supervise the diet for patients (with medical conditions like diabetics, food allergies, gastro-intestinal disturbances etc. across hospitals, clinics, health centres, sports centres or their own private clinics.

To Be a Dietician –

1)Clear class 12th with any stream (science with biology is preferred)

2)Pursue BSC/BA nutrition or BSC food technology

3)Pursue a PG Diploma in Nutrition or an MSC in food nutrition

4)Intern for 6 months and clear the registered Dietician entrance exam (to obtain the Registered Dietician License from IDA).

For Nutritionist –

1)Hold a bachelor’s degree or higher in an area like dietician, human nutrition food and nutrition and community nutrition.

2)Complete at least 900 hours of clinical nutrition experience.

3)Pass an examination through the commission on dietetic registration (CDR).

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Bihar engineering College kaimur?

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Kaimur is a government engineering college in Kaimur district of Bihar. It was established in the year 2019, under department of Science  and Technology Bihar. It is affiliated with Aryabhata Knowledge University and approved by All India Council for Technical Education.

Course is made through UGEAC counducted by Bihar combined entrance competitive examination board. To apply for UGEAC, one has to appear in JEE Main of that admission year and it is required along with other eligibility criteria.

College have four branches in Bachelor of Technology course with annual intake of 60 students in each branch .

1)Civil Engineering

2)Mechanical Engineering

3)Electrical Engineering

4)Electronic and Communication Engineering

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