3-I Model


The problems faced in deciding what to pursue are categorised as follows. If you are facing one of these, then this is the right place.

  • I do not know what I am good at and what I can do.
  • I know what I am good at but I don’t know the options available.
  • I know the options and my destination but I don’t know how to go there.
  • I am aware of everything but I fear or feel restricted from going there.
Our Solution: The 3-I Model
1 1st I Introspection


Psychological approach to find out skills, interests, workplace fit, core values and identify career paths.

2 2nd I Information


Secure theoretical and practical exposure in the previously identified paths through career mapping and finding working opportunities respectively.

3 3rd I Independence


Providing mentorship and fellowship to provide guidance and assurance via student-peer-mentor-parent network and meetups.

What you will find only here?
  • Get whole coverage from discovering your strengths, skills and interests to exploring and pursuing them.
  • Learning with and through peers. Team up to create a good career.
  • Try it before you choose it.
  • Skills and interests are good, but ever found them changing over time? Focus on your core values.
  • No more boring reports on psychological tests. Make career exploration a fun and recreational activity.
  • Broaden your career choices rather than narrowing down to one and regretting later.
  • Constraints are always there. Face them rather than ignoring them.