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Mindler: A Platform That Helps You To Decide Your Career

No more worries about your career planning!

Ever been confused regarding your career?

Every student has troubles choosing his career path like which is the best path to choose from? Which sector is innovating? Will there be enough job opportunities? Well, to lift off the burden from your shoulders, Delhi-based startup has come up with innovative plan known as Mindler. It uses Artificial Intelligence to assess you career stream.

What Mindler does?

Prateek Bhargava, CEO of Mindler, believes that there is a vast gap between career decisions, which often lead us to confusion and lack of awareness. Moreover, there aren’t sufficient counselors to help students. So in order to eradicate this gap and confusion, they have created Mindler since the answers lie in technology.

Mindler provides career decisions to students from class eight to twelve with the help of personal assessment tests and counseling sessions. It also has special service called Career Library where any student can get any information about career. It also has valued information on sub careers, degrees for that career, timeline for that career, and well-known colleges for that particular career. It’s like one-stop career place.

Future of Mindler

Mindler is also available in offline mode but it isn’t as prevalent as online model. The startup was seed funded and for future funding it is looking to raise around $1 million. Aditya Mishra, Chief Executive of CIEL HR Services, believes that Mindler can prevent students from falling into self-doubt, and becoming disinterested after choosing a career path.

Do you think such apps and AI can solve the trauma of career decisions? Do share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Abirami Pillai

Abirami Pillai

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