Experience the Career Planning Dashboard

Explore, Discover, Choose Log on to your Personal Career Planning Dashboard, Explore and discover new, unfamiliar opportunities, and make your choices. You build some parts of the dashboard as you go along. We populate it with stuff relevant to you as we keep learning about you.      MyInterests: Understand the personal interests and traits that will direct your career choices going forward. Our assessment test takes 10 minutes to complete. It tells you your likes and interests.     MyPursuits: Undertake CareerLever's unique career recommendation cum selection process to obtain a list of suggested careers, explore them, select them, reject them. Not once, but many times over and over again. It takes times and effort to make life choices. We give you the tools to make your choices intelligent.          Your career recommendations are grouped as Best Matches and Good Matches. The Best Matches align almost perfectly with your interests. If the Best Matches have a 9/10 or 10/10 match score, the Good Matches are only a notch lower with a 8/10 match score. Explore the choices for a few days, discuss them with your family, come back and use the "Redo" button to explore other choices and rebuild your Career matches.     TO EXPLORE, DISCOVER AND CHOOSE, you receive access to relevant articles, many of them written by industry insiders, and videos that will inspire and inform you. All at the comfort and ease of your personalized career planning dashboard.        Whenever you have a question, all you have to do is "Ask". And when you interact with others and share your views, not only do you clear your head, you also encourage others to share their perspectives with you.       A host of other upcoming benefits and features will make the career planning process even more easy and enjoyable one for you.  Come let's move ahead on the journey together. REGISTER NOW

Entrance Exam


Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams, follow their interests & curiosities and see the opportunities in life's setbacks-- including death itself.