Tertiary education also referred to as third stage, third level, and post-secondary education is the educational level following the completion of a school providing a secondary education Choosing the right subjects is only the first step to getting into a college of engineering/ technology or university. Student learners also have to have certain levels of achievement to meet the entry requirements for that particular qualification. One way for universities to measure the level of achievement is with a point rating system, no matter what kind of tools, universities use as entry requirements, the bottom line is that the better you perform in all your subjects, the more options you have. The subjects that students select on entry into Class 10, must link to the field of study in which they are interested as a future career. In addition, each direction or field of study will have its own set of entry requirements, which means achieving a certain level in certain subjects becomes mandatory. Many qualifications for example, require students to achieve well in mathematics. But each course of study will require students to achieve at a certain level. Therefore, to work very hard in all the subjects from the beginning of the year is a prerequisite to entry into premier colleges and institutions of Tertiary Education.

Objective : Subject choice & Career pathing

There are various factors that play a role in the process of making a successful career choice. One of the first considerations is a realistic and informed subject choice for Classes 10 to 12. Student learners’ subject choice can have significant implications in terms of a future career. Often, there is lack of understanding regarding the important considerations that contribute to making the correct subject choice. In order to support student learners in their subject choice process, in Partnership with Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering (SVCE), Sriperumbudur has been offering professional Subject Choice & Career Pathing orientations over the years in the engineering stream.

The Program

, one day on campus program jointly with SVCE offers a taste of what life would be like, at a tertiary education institution designed by tenured professors as a combination of academic and social content on curriculum offered. initiative, in packaging the program as an enriching experience, and discovering college life, has received overwhelming response from student learners. Encouraged by the response and feedback to the program which is free of cost, has targeted orientation for 5000 students within 2 years in cooperation with Premier Institutions in Tertiary Education. Plans on the anvil include similar programs in the medical, management, arts and science & vocational streams for student learners.