Mere Mentor, an edu-tech venture was launched in Meghalaya as a career assessment platform that is going to revolutionise the world of counselling and career appraisal to gain fruitful jobs.
Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad Sangma while launching this career assessment platform yesterday said that it is very important to provide right career guidance to children while they are still in the early stages of school and not wait till they finish their high school or higher secondary school.
“We have recently passed the youth policy for the State of Meghalaya and it is very important for any state of India to have a policy for the youth because of the fact that our country has a large youth population and channelisation of the energy of the youth is going to determine the success or the failure of the State or the nation as a whole. If this energy of the youth can be shaped and channelised in the right direction we can become the number one country in the world,” he said.
He added that guiding the youth and allowing them to follow their passion and dream will be the key to determine the success of the State or the country.
Sangma further said that the intervention to choose a career should be given at the right time and he lauded Mere Mentor for providing the counselling to children from an early age.
Mere Mentor is the brainchild of its founder Saurav K. Sinha and is the outcome of years of research, close observation, out-of-box thinking and technical knowledge.
Many academic scholars have contributed immensely in the adoption of scientific processes which have been flavoured with fun-filled computer games.
Without diluting the seriousness of the activity, this platform caters to the problem with adequate gentle care, just what is required at this stage in the youth’s life.
Mere Mentor handholds a young student who is just out of college who stands at the crossroads not knowing how to proceed further in his career.
Through the dynamic platform of Mere Mentor, the student’s capabilities are assessed scientifically and the inherent skills and talents are given a specific direction.
The qualities of the student are harnessed in an organised manner to match the commensuration of the job opportunities available in the market.
Mere Mentor is a splendid amalgamation of scholarly activities and state-of-art technology.
As research says that 50 per cent of the youth contributes 100 per cent towards the development of the nation, Mere Mentor would throw open the floodgates of skilled manpower for varied job opportunities.
The icing on the cake is that it is a game-based platform busting the intensely stressful structure of choosing the right line of career and making the complex process easy on the nerves.