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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44485

An Empirical Study on Career Awareness Level in Higher Secondary science Schools – An Investigative Analysis on CBSE and State Board Students. A case study in Western Odisha

Pramod Kumar Debta, Karunakar Patra


This paper is aimed to investigate the process of career management and career awareness level among students of higher secondary science schools in Odisha. A survey was conducted for this empirical study in western Odisha. There were 400 participants from 10 districts of western Odisha. Sample selection was random sampling method. On the basis of various careers, we have used self-structured questionnaire for data collection. The findings suggest that there is a moderate level of career awareness among both male and female students and there was lack of high level of such awareness among students. In addition, class discussions and career counseling are very important in schools to generate awareness among those students. In addition, all secondary schools must appoint counselors regularly.


career, counseling, management, guidance, awareness

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