A Career Guidance Workshop was organized at Attappady for the tribal students who have written and passed the tenth and higher secondary examinations in the year 2022, at the Conference Hall, KILA, Agali on 22 June 2022. The Workshop was organized as part of the Attappady Comprehensive Tribal Development and Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Group Development Project, in association with the Chittoor Career Development Centre under the Employment Exchange.
560 people participated in the workshop which was organized with the objective of giving a clear direction to the children of the Scheduled Tribes community for higher education and job opportunities. The team guided by Ms. Hema, Employment Officer and Centre Manager, Chittoor Career Development Centre, led the classes. Mr. V.S. Muhammad Ibrahim, Former Director, Backward Classes Welfare Department, Government of Kerala explained about the possibilities of higher education to the children.
The workshop explained the various courses that students can choose from after tenth and higher secondary classes and the job opportunities of these courses. Animators, Tribal Promoters and Bridge Course teachers collected information from students through the Kudumbashree Panchayat Committees in Attappady. Mr. B.S. Manoj, Assistant Project Officer, Attappady Comprehensive Tribal Development and Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Group Development Project presided over the function.