We reach adulthood in a short amount of time, eager to strengthen both ourselves and the world around us. Although from a biological standpoint, our growth might not be so rapid, for the world in a subtle sense, we grow up quickly. We go to school and college, graduate, and then take the next step, which is looking for work. In a nutshell, you could say that when our official schooling ends, a new search begins. Find a suitable and rewarding career.
There are various pupils, and each one has unique requirements and expectations, as well as varied career preferences. Finding a suitable career is not an easy task. Some people choose to work in the defence sector, while others choose to work in the private sector or in business. It is undoubtedly difficult to evaluate oneself from so many perspectives and in light of so many employment opportunities.
Being certain about anything, in particular, is the hardest aspect of this quest. Sometimes we make decisions, but life leads us down alternative pathways, and we end up finding something that is better for us. Sometimes we fall in love with things that may not be our typical professional choices, but they are beneficial for us in terms of our fulfilment. Above all, though, we must never lose sight of the fact that each and every profession and line of work offers a unique opportunity to transform the world, to alter the very foundations and forms of things. In a way, the careers we choose say a lot about who we are as people.
Our character is put to the test in every way. Students are moulded in the crucible of their interests and leadership responsibilities, and they pave the road for future generations to fulfil their moral obligation. I believe it is not wise for students to make such significant decisions on their own, and I advise seeking advice from our parents, instructors, and career counsellor. Career counsellors must be available in schools so that kids can get the right guidance when deciding on a career that suits their preferences.
Children can receive accurate assessments of their skills and capabilities through career counselling. Teachers can show to be an excellent helping hand even though we may not be able to accurately identify our strengths and weaknesses. There are countless careers, and students pursue them for the wrong reasons, such as social approval, financial gain, etc. In the end, pursuing these goals is not a bad thing because they are the only things that matter to the majority of people today. However, it is a bad idea to pursue these goals in a hasty manner without developing any necessary skills. Students won't get anything from this strategy, which will be awful.
I want to conclude by saying that life is more than only our work and careers; it is also full of colours, wishes, love, and aspirations. We should constantly seek to improve on yesterday. And trust me, if we work more, we can improve our circumstances and quality of life. I appreciate the patience of the crowd.
About Dr Pratik Mungekar
1) He is the first Indian to be appointed as the planetary Minister of Sustainable Development of Newly emerging The Kingdom of Atlantis (a Decentralized Sovereign Kingdom)
2) He is the first youngest Indian whose book Introduction to Sustainable Development Goals (Non-Academic) is now part of the Atlantean Education program.
3) He is the first youngest Indian to receive 250+ Honorary Doctorates from all over the world.
4)He is the first youngest Indian professor who taught more than 8000+ Students & Career guided 4000+ Students to date & the count is still on.
5) He is the first Indian who has 700+ International, National & State Awards at the age of 28 for his contribution to the field of Teaching & Research.
6) He is the youngest Indian to receive 125+ Honorary High Degrees across the Globe.
7) He is the first Indian to be appointed by 35+ International organisations in various High-positions at the same time.
8) He is the first youngest Indian to be appointed as an Ambassador by 36 organizations of many countries in almost all disciplines.
9) He is the first Indian youngest professor to start teaching at the age of sixteen, the age of twenty Seven He has completed twelve years of Teaching.
10) He is the first Youngest Indian to receive Royal &Prestigious Titles such as 1)Lecturus Magnificus (L.M.), 2) H.R.H. 5* Duke.
11) First Youngest Indian to receive Mendeleev’s Fellowship ( United Kingdom’s Highest Academic Honour).
12)First Indian to receive the distinguished title “Professor Wisdom” from Institución Cultural Colombiana Casa Poética Magia y Plumas ,Colombia South America.
Today, the name of Prof. Dr Pratik Rajan Mungekar is no longer common but is emerging as a distinguished Scientist, Professor, World Educationist, Published Writer, Counsellor, Social Worker and an International Speaker