Career Guidance Cell

Career guidance is not a new concept, and its roots can be traced back to ancient times. However, career guidance in its present form owes its origin to the US and other developed countries. Career guidance encompasses information, guidance and counselling services to assist in making educational training and occupational choice.

Career guidance and counselling programmes in DBRAEI aim to provide assistance and advice to students to make them more powerful and better informed so that they can become architects in building their own future. It helps the students realize their strengths and weaknesses by instilling self-awareness, decision-making skills, planning skills, and personality development.

A separate cell, with a well-equipped air-conditioned conference training room and separate well-furnished rooms for mock interviews and counselling, has been set up and permanent training staff are appointed to work with a full-time Dean. Encouraging students to sharpen their skills and make them ‘Industry Ready.’


To help students share knowledge about themselves by identifying skills and interests.

To provide information about further course prerequisites, financial aid, academic planning and entrance examinations.

To promote career guidance and to counsel through lectures by senior corporate executives and visiting professors. To organize seminars on interview skills, personality development, communication skills, leadership skills, resume writing, analytical skills, quantitative ability, verbal and reasoning skills essential to all competitive exams.