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Specialisation: Psychotherapy, ability to support socio-economically marginalised young adults (specially women)

Job Type

Full Time



About the Role

80% of our teacher pupil are women, who come from economically challenged households. They are dealing with patriarchy, lack of choices, religious polarisation, social media pressure to name a few.

Our curriculum is designed to provide in-house counselling to each teacher pupil focusing on their emotional health. This will also eventually pave the path for career counselling. However, the priority will be emotional health.

Roles & Responsibilities

Emotional Health Support:

  • Provide individual and group counseling sessions to students to address emotional challenges.

  • Create a safe and supportive environment where students feel comfortable expressing themselves.

  • Develop personalized strategies and coping mechanisms to help students manage stress, anxiety, and other emotional issues effectively.

Career Counseling:

  • Conduct assessments to identify students' strengths, interests, and career goals.

  • Guide students in exploring various career options and pathways.

  • Assist students in developing action plans and setting achievable goals to pursue their chosen career paths.

Community Engagement:

  • Collaborate with other staff members to create holistic support systems for students.

  • Organize workshops and seminars on topics related to mental health, self-care, and career development.

  • Establish partnerships with local organizations and resources to provide additional support and opportunities for students.

Education & Experience

Min: Graduate in Counseling, Psychology, or a related field + Min. 1yr of relevant work experience
Preferred: Clinical Psychology


Competitive salary basis experience, expertise, and qualification

About Us

BKPJM is an educational research institute nurturing capable and compassionate teachers. We aim to ‘Enable teachers who can engage with children in meaningful ways by adapting as per child’s local and global needs’.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We actively seek to create. a diverse work environment because teams are stronger with different perspectives and life experiences. We value a diverse workspace and strongly encourage Dalits, Adivasis, Bahujans, LGBTQ and people from other such structurally marginalised groups to apply.

You can apply by clicking on the Apply Now button or send your CV to us at, feel free to write to us for any query or concern.

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