Margdarshak is a not-for-profit national career guidance service under the aegis of Careerlinked Education Council,  for making policies and planning to meet the urgent requirements of career education and bridge the gap between degrees and career competencies.

To provide authentic and impartial career development services to students at their career building stages a Career Achievement Programme (CAP) has been launched and a nationwide network of professionally trained Career Advisors is being created.

Margdarshak is dedicated to address fundamental challenges of young people by educating and empowering them to manage and own their career success. Through career awareness, employability skills and work readiness, we effectively engage them in their own career development and contribute to the strength of their families and societies.

We have developed scientific career assessment programs for in-depth testing of a person’s natural abilities, aptitudes, work attitudes and skills, that are very successful in guiding people through the morass of uncertainty. Then, they put all the pieces together into a practical, doable career choice, a new direction that they design themselves. Our career development programs enable people to have the most successful, productive and fulfilling lives possible.

We propagate the philosophy of career by choice and not by chance. Students and adults get clear on everything that really matters to them. They are introduced to important factors that they never considered, but play a large role in day-to-day career satisfaction and success.



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