Vrutti Darshi

Career Guidance Awareness for students

The Gross Enrollment Rate (GER) among higher education in Karnataka is 32%. To increase the GER in the state, career guidance awareness including information on 550+ careers is being made available to students in class 10th and 12th through the Yuva Kanaja website. It is aimed to equip students with this information to enable them to emerge as qualified job seekers and to create a bright future for themselves.

UNDP in partnership with SAP Labs has been implementing Project Code Unnati in Dakshina Kannada, Bengaluru Rural and Raichuru districts.

Through providing career guidance awareness the students will be aligned towards building their skill sets and avail better employment opportunities. With this goal multiple state departments have come together (Department of Youth Empowerment & Sports, Department of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj, Department of Education, Department of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Livelihoods) to create the Vrutti Darshi programm with support from UNDP.

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Reduce dropout rates after 10th and 12th and increase the enrollment ratio at this stage “What next after 10th and 12th?” Career guidance awareness programs focusing on UNDP is providing technical support to the program with the participation of School Education Department, PU Education Department, Youth Empowerment and Sports Department, Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Department, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department, Technical Education and College Education Departments.


Karnataka Career Portal ( https://karnatakacareerportal.com/)
has been developed and includes the following information:

  • Detailed information about more than 500 career paths
  • Information of more than 2500 colleges
  • 1200+ Scholarship Information
  • More than 1150 entrance exams information.

Career Guidance Videos: 29 videos live and available on various career paths with expert participation under the headings What’s After 10th and What’s After 12th.

To whom

8th – 12th grade students


8th – 12th grade students, teachers. Parents and youth who want to create awareness about career guidance.

How to apply

Aspirants can register directly on Karnataka Career Portal (https://karnatakacareerportal.com/) for free and get information


Nishant chavan
Project Associate UNDP




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