'What should I study to best prepare me for success in today's working world?'
This is the most common question one gets from young people (and their parents) who are transitioning from school to college education. They want to know which fields they should choose, which universities or programmes to attend, and which career track will give them the best chance to succeed.
The professional world isn't as straightforward as it once was, especially in India. The modern workplace is changing rapidly. While many from the previous generations chose a career in engineering, medicine or business and then stuck to it, most people entering college today will end up changing careers at least once, if not many times. And many of the careers that young people will have in the future don't even exist yet. Today's students and their parents need new guides and frameworks to make decisions about what educational opportunities to pursue and what to focus on as they embark on their professional journeys.
In Learn, Don't Study, drawing on his experiences of over twenty-five years in the field of education, Pramath Raj Sinha has put together the best and most practical advice available for youngsters who are facing some of the most important and challenging choices of their professional lives.
From the Publisher
|Title:||Learn, Don’t Study|
|Author:||Pramath Raj Sinha|
|Number Of Pages:||256|
|Country Of Origin:||India|
|Release date:||27 March 2023|