Continuing the initiative Student’s Connect 2022, JK Centre for Peace and Justice Foundation successfully organized another workshop on the importance of career guidance and mental health at Government Higher School Gund Hassi Bhat Srinagar.
JKCPJ fellow Shahjahan Mustafa elaborated on how to help students to acquire the information and skills necessary to identify career choices.
Students were informed how career guidance is important for a successful and sustainable future. They were given a detailed overview of the best institutions in the country and how to get admission to these institutions, as per a statement by JKCPJ reads.
Students were informed about the various forms of employment and the link between aspirations and bigger achievements.
“The youngest Kashmiri to pursue Mount Everest Rizza Alee also addressed the students and said that bigger dreams and determination increase your opportunities for success. Well-informed choices and courage are the most important virtues to achieve big,” it reads.
JKCPJ mental health expert Syed Manaal Andrabi discussed the importance of trying out new things to explore one’s potential and not giving up to achieve the success a person dreams of.
She encouraged the students to get some physical exercise done in a day, eat a healthy diet and stay hydrated. “By doing these small adjustments, one can manage one’s mental health stability at the earliest,” she said as per the statement.
To the suggestions, the students responded enthusiastically and shared their jubilant responses.
The staff and students thanked the team JKCPJ for notifying the students’ needs and conducting these sessions. JKCPJ is organizing these events across the valley to recognize and enhance student strengths and promote positive outcomes in teenagers.