EDUCATIONAL COUNCELLING


Regardless of whether you work in an elementary setting, on a college campus or somewhere in between, the American School Counselor Association is here for you. SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD believes in one vision and one voice and works to ensure it meets the needs of all professional school counselors, regardless of setting, experience level or needs.

With a membership of more than 31,000 school counseling professionals, SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD focuses on providing professional development, enhancing school counseling programs and researching effective school counseling practices. SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD is the school counseling division of the American Counseling Association.

Our Vision :-


The American School Counselor Association (SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD) is the foundation that expands the image and influence of professional school counselors through advocacy, leadership, collaboration and systemic change. SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD empowers professional school counselors with the knowledge, skills, linkages and resources to promote student success in the school, the home, the community and the world.

 

Our Goals and Objectives :-


  • Professional development opportunities in areas of critical need are made available to all professional school counselors. Timely, relevant information exists to enhance professional school counselors' level of skill and professionalism.
  • Legislative policy exists that supports professional school counselors and child advocacy.
  • SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD initiates and supports relevant research and evaluation in school counseling.
  • Professional and ethical standards articulate the code of conduct and professional behavior for professional school counselors.
  • Strategic partnerships with stakeholders exist to benefit professional school counselors and their students.
  • Leaders at local, state and national levels champion and lead change initiatives.
  • SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD maintains an organizational structure and administrative functions that facilitate the accomplishment of the goals and objectives.

 

Our Mission


The mission of SAMBHUTI TECHNOVISION PVT.LTD is to represent professional school counselors and to promote professionalism and ethical practices.






We provide following Counselling Services :

1) Career Counseling


Career counseling or career guidance includes a wide variety of professional activities which focus on supporting people in dealing with career-related challenges - both preventively and in difficult situations (such as unemployment). Career counselors work with people from various walks of life, such as adolescents seeking to explore career options, experienced professionals contemplating a career change, parents who want to return to the world of work after taking time to raise their child, or people seeking employment. Career counselling is also offered in various settings, including in groups and individually, in person or by means of digital communication.

Several approaches have been undertaken to systemize the variety of professional activities related to career guidance and counseling. In the most recent attempt, the Network for Innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe (NICE) - a consortium of 45 European institutions of higher education in the field of career counseling - has agreed on a system of professional roles for guidance counselors. Each of these five roles is seen as an important facet of the career guidance and counselling profession. Career counselors performing in any of these roles are expected to behave professionally, e.g. by following ethical standards in their practice.



2) College Counseling


College counselors provide academic, career, college access, and personal and social competencies with developmental classroom lessons and planning to all students, and individual and group counseling for some students and their families to meet the developmental needs of adolescents .Emphasis is on college access counseling at the early high school level as more school counseling programs move to evidence-based work with data and specific results that show how school counseling programs help to close achievement, opportunity, and attainment gaps ensuring all students have access to school counseling programs and early college access activities. The breadth of demands high school counselors face, from educational attainment (high school graduation and some students' preparation for careers and college) to student social and mental health, has led to ambiguous role definition. Summarizing a 2011 national survey of more than 5,300 middle school and high school counselors, researchers argued: "Despite the aspirations of counselors to effectively help students succeed in school and fulfill their dreams, the mission and roles of counselors in the education system must be more clearly defined; schools must create measures of accountability to track their effectiveness; and policymakers and key stakeholders must integrate counselors into reform efforts to maximize their impact in schools across ".

Transitional issues to ensure successful transitions to college, other post-secondary educational options, and careers are a key area. The high school counselor helps students and their families prepare for post-secondary education including college and careers by engaging students and their families in accessing and evaluating accurate information on what the National Office for School Counselor Advocacy calls the 8 essential elements of college and career counseling: (1) College Aspirations, (2) Academic Planning for Career and College Readiness, (3) Enrichment and Extracurricular Engagement, (4) College and Career Exploration and Selection Processes, (5) College and Career Assessments, (6) College Affordability Planning, (7) College and Career Admission Processes, and (8) Transition from High School Graduation to College Enrollment. Some students turn to private college admissions advisors but there is no research evidence that private college admissions advisors have any effectiveness in assisting students attain selective college admissions.


3) Community Counseling


Community Counseling Center provides a safe haven to individuals and families throughout the entire lifespan and helps them build on their strengths and develop tools to cope with unexpected challenges, such as divorce, substance abuse, parenting a Deaf child, readjusting after war, overcoming discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, or caring for an aged parent. Every person who walks through our doors is offered the highest quality, evidence-based services in an environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect

Services include individual and group counseling, marriage and family counseling, psychological, personality, and intellectual evaluations, psychiatric treatment, and medication management.

It offers help to persons who find it hard to cope with stress, depression, substance abuse and violence; couples having marital problems; parents having trouble dealing with their children;


4) School Counseling


School counselors provide academic, career, college access, and personal and social competencies with developmental classroom lessons and planning to all students, and individual and group counseling for some students and their families to meet the developmental needs of adolescents .Emphasis is on college access counseling at the early high school level as more school counseling programs move to evidence-based work with data and specific results that show how school counseling programs help to close achievement, opportunity, and attainment gaps ensuring all students have access to school counseling programs and early college access activities. The breadth of demands high school counselors face, from educational attainment (high school graduation and some students' preparation for careers and college) to student social and mental health, has led to ambiguous role definition. Summarizing a 2011 national survey of more than 5,300 middle school and high school counselors, researchers argued: "Despite the aspirations of counselors to effectively help students succeed in school and fulfill their dreams, the mission and roles of counselors in the education system must be more clearly defined; schools must create measures of accountability to track their effectiveness; and policymakers and key stakeholders must integrate counselors into reform efforts to maximize their impact in schools across ".

Transitional issues to ensure successful transitions to college, other post-secondary educational options, and careers are a key area. The high school counselor helps students and their families prepare for post-secondary education including college and careers by engaging students and their families in accessing and evaluating accurate information on what the National Office for School Counselor Advocacy calls the 8 essential elements of college and career counseling: (1) College Aspirations, (2) Academic Planning for Career and College Readiness, (3) Enrichment and Extracurricular Engagement, (4) College and Career Exploration and Selection Processes, (5) College and Career Assessments, (6) College Affordability Planning, (7) College and Career Admission Processes, and (8) Transition from High School Graduation to College Enrollment. Some students turn to private college admissions advisors but there is no research evidence that private college admissions advisors have any effectiveness in assisting students attain selective School admissions.


5) Core-HR Counseling


HR Services serving different needs of employers. Our experience in various fields which enable us to understand the organizational requirements. We are maintaining a very exhaustive computerized data bank specially designed on latest IT package, for searching or recruiting right candidate for right job in the organization

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We align executive pay with company performance and develop supplemental benefits and perquisites to address executive special needs.

Our Services interventions are planned to augment business strategies of the organization that significantly demonstrate cost saving & value additions.


6) Cost Management


All types of businesses, whether service, manufacturing or trading, require cost accounting to track their activities.Cost accounting has long been used to help managers understand the of running a business. Modern cost accounting originated during the industrial revolution, when the complexities of running a large scale business led to the development of systems for recording and tracking costs to help business owners and managers make decisions.

In the early industrial age, most of the costs incurred by a business were what modern accountants call "variable costs" because they varied directly with the amount of production. Money was spent on labor, raw materials, power to run a factory, etc. in direct proportion to production. Managers could simply total the variable costs for a product and use this as a rough guide for decision-making processes.

Some costs tend to remain the same even during busy periods, unlike variable costs, which rise and fall with volume of work. Over time, the importance of these "fixed costs" has become more important to managers. Examples of fixed costs include the depreciation of plant and equipment, and the cost of departments such as maintenance, tooling, production control, purchasing, quality control, storage and handling, plant supervision and engineering. In the early nineteenth century, these costs were of little importance to most businesses. However, with the growth of railroads, steel and large scale manufacturing, by the late nineteenth century these costs were often more important than the variable cost of a product, and allocating them to a broad range of products lead to bad decision making. Managers must understand fixed costs in order to make decisions about products and pricing.