For Grade 9- 12 students:
The student has to undergo the Career Match Test with the Career Counselling organization that the school has tied up with.
This report is analyzed by the College Counsellor with the students.
Analyzing and filtering the shortlist of Dream, Realistic and Backup colleges | Planning & Preparing for Entrance Exams | Exploring and applying for scholarships | Understanding and Preparing Personal Essays, Resume and Letter of Recommendation | Submitting applications and documents on time.
Students undergo Co Curricular, Extra Curricular, Leadership and Service work in school to enhance their college applications profile.
EPS conducts a Career Day event every year for students from Grade 9-12 to enhance and create awareness within students on the array of fields that are available for students. Top Universities from across the country visit the school during the year.
A series of sessions take place within the scheduled timetable throughout the semesters with the students of Grade 9-12 on the following aspects:
- The ways in which students can understand themselves better.
- Various techniques to explore the possible fields of Career specialization.
- Measuring a University whether it is good or not.
- Researching smartly on Universities.
- Understanding and starting the process of shortlisting Dream, Realistic and Backup colleges.
- Important aspects that need to be researched on Universities (Quality of courses, fees structure, location, campus learning environment, deadlines, documents required, etc.)
- Skill development and profile building
- Understanding various scholarships available
IB Recognition in India
IB – International Baccalaureate, the board followed by Eastern Public School is recognized by the Association of Indian universities (AIU), the regulatory body, which has been given complete control and authority by the Human Resource Development Ministry to recognize all education boards in the country.
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council evaluates the quality of higher education in India, professional councils are responsible for recognition of courses, and the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) is responsible for determining equivalences of foreign degrees/certificates. The IB Diploma has been recognized by the AIU as an entry level qualification for admissions to all universities in India since 1983 and renewed in 2010. According to AIU: “The International Baccalaureate Diploma…has been equated with +2 stage (Grade 12) qualification of an Indian Board since 1983. Students aspiring to join Indian Universities after completion of their IB Diploma i.e. 12th standard are eligible to pursue their Bachelor’s degree programme from any Indian University.
Below are the links with details about IB board recognized by Association of Indian Universities also links to documents related to admission of EPS first Cohort in various universities across M.P