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Odisha and UNICEF collaborate to launch a career portal for students

The Odisha State Government School, in cooperation with the Ministry of Popular Education and UNICEF, opened a career portal for middle school and high school students to help them provide expert advice on their future careers.

The portal can be accessed through the website www.odishacareerportal.com and provide student login ID and password.

The portal will allow you to easily access information about different professions and provide students with opportunities to interact with teachers. Students will also be able to access career guidance services through a mobile-friendly application created specifically for the portal.

Odiaha provides Odisha career guidance portal. It is a unique platform that can aggregate information about occupations, universities, vocational colleges, entrance exams and scholarships.

The portal contains information on more than 550 career paths, and students will be able to access more than 2.62 million colleges and vocational colleges and gain information about more than 17,000 undergraduate, graduate colleges and vocational colleges in the state and country. Gives detailed information about 1,150 entrance exams, including application procedures. It also provides information on more than 1,120 scholarships, competitions and fellowships for higher education in India and abroad.

The Minister of Schools and Mass Education Samir Ranjan Dash emphasized that the launch of this career portal is just right because it is an hour’s need to ensure that all children are in an unprecedented educational emergency. You can gain knowledge about a wide range of career options and make wise choices, the COVID-19 pandemic. The most impressive aspect of this career portal is that its content is localized and context-sensitive. Students will be able to log in to the dashboard by creating a unique ID for accessing information, posting queries and applications.

Satyabrat Sahoo, Chief Secretary of the Ministry of Schools and Mass Education, said: “We hope that this career portal will provide all its middle and high school students with its services and information. The portal will enable young people to choose career paths according to their aspirations and talents and help They connect with job opportunities. This also provides opportunities to interact with well-known personalities and mentors from well-known professional and vocational colleges so that students can learn more about potential learning and career opportunities.”

While welcoming guests, Bhupindar Singh Poonia, Director-General of the Social Democratic Party, emphasized that in the next few years, the lives of secondary and high school students in Odiza will be greatly affected to solve the problems of young students. Development needs and professional issues, they need to make a huge physical and mental transformation to meet global challenges.

Dr. Monica Nielsen, Director of the UNICEF Field Office, said that Odisha’s career portal is an important medium for equipping young students in the state’s middle and high schools to help them smoothly transition from school to higher education. education. UNICEF is committed to supporting high-quality learning interventions across the state.


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