Dhyan Pathak's Career

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1. Abilities

1.1. Clerical Perception Ability to perceive pertinent detail in verbal or tabular material; to observe differences in copy, to proofread words and numbers, and to avoid perceptual errors in arithmetical computation.

1.1.1. Apprehending

1.1.2. Awareness

1.1.3. Insight

1.1.4. Conception

1.1.5. Big Idea

1.1.6. Recognition

1.1.7. Judgement

1.1.8. Occupations: Editor, Artist, Writer, Programmer

1.2. Manual Dexterity Ability to move the hands easily and skillfully; to work with the hands in placing and turning motions.

1.2.1. Adroitness

1.2.2. Proficiency

1.2.3. Agility

1.2.4. Adeptness

1.2.5. Deftness

1.2.6. Facility

1.2.7. Occupations: Mechanic, Sculptor, Electrician, Surgeon, Technicians

1.3. Finger Dexterity Ability to move the fingers and manipulate small objects with the fingers rapidly and/or accurately.

1.3.1. Artistry

1.3.2. Craftsmanship

1.3.3. Artifice

1.3.4. Occupations: Dentists, Craft Artists, Surgeons

2. Data, People, Things

2.1. Working with data and information: Synthesizing/Co-ordinating/Analyzing interpreting and critically assessing information/data; putting abstract ideas, concepts together or taking them apart.

2.1.1. Arrange

2.1.2. Incorporate

2.1.3. Integrate

2.1.4. Inspect

2.1.5. Investigate

2.1.6. Evaluate

2.1.7. Resolve

2.1.8. Occupations: Astronomers, Biochemist, Economist, Financial Manager, Programmer

2.2. Working with people: Mentoring/Negotiating advising people, collaborating with others, or transferring knowledge, skills, or professional treatment.

2.2.1. Advice

2.2.2. Instructing

2.2.3. Adjust

2.2.4. Bargain

2.2.5. Moderate

2.2.6. Occupations: Teacher, Manager, CEO, Salesmen

2.3. Working with things: Controlling/Driving - Operating checking and regulating mechanized equipment or directing its course.

2.3.1. Authority

2.3.2. Discipline

2.3.3. Management

2.3.4. Oversight

2.3.5. Function

2.3.6. Accomplish

2.3.7. Progress

2.3.8. Occupations: Manager, CEO, Politician, Administrator, Coach

3. Career Clusters

3.1. Information Technology Building linkages in IT occupations framework for entry-level, technical, and professional careers related to the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services.

3.1.1. Integrated

3.1.2. Intuitive

3.1.3. Technical

3.1.4. Management

3.1.5. Executive

3.1.6. Occupations: Software Engineer, Web Designer, Graphic Designer, Software Developer, Programmer

3.2. Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services

3.2.1. Persuasion

3.2.2. Intriguing

3.2.3. Inference

3.2.4. Interperating

3.2.5. Opinion

3.2.6. Reasoning

3.2.7. Propaganda

3.2.8. Occupations: Film Director, Video Editor, Producer, Graphic Designers

3.3. Marketing, Sales, and Service Planning, managing, and performing marketing activities to reach organizational objectives.

3.3.1. Planning

3.3.2. Organization

3.3.3. Working under pressure

3.3.4. Management

3.3.5. Analytic

3.3.6. Precision

3.3.7. Occupations: Purchasing Agents, Financial Supervisor, Marketing Manager, Salesperson

4. Work Preferences

4.1. Innovative Innovative persons like to explore things in depth and arrive at solutions to problems by experimenting. They are interested in initiating and creating different ways to solve questions and present information. They enjoy scientific subjects. Innovative persons prefer to be challenged with new and unexpected experiences. They adjust to change easily.

4.1.1. Exploring

4.1.2. Change

4.1.3. Different

4.1.4. Improvement

4.1.5. Innovation

4.1.6. Occupations: Designer, Manufacturer, Mechanic, Inventor, Programmer. Software Engineer, Businessmen

4.2. Methodical Methodical persons like to have clear rules and organized methods to guide their activities. They prefer working under the direction or supervision of others according to given instructions, or to be guided by established policies and procedures. Methodical persons like to work on one thing until it is completed. They enjoy following a set routine and prefer work that is free from the unexpected.

4.2.1. Systematical

4.2.2. Efficient

4.2.3. Accurate

4.2.4. Detail

4.2.5. Organization: Programming, Surgeon, Charter Accountant, IT manager

4.3. Directive Directive persons like to take charge and control situations. They like to take responsibility for projects that require planning, decision making and co-ordinating the work of others. They are able to give direction and instructions easily. They enjoy organizing their own activities. They see themselves as independent and self-directing.

4.3.1. Leader

4.3.2. Responsible

4.3.3. Directing

4.3.4. Guidlines

4.3.5. Occupations: Manager, CEO, Politician, Administrator, Coach, Business Executive, Entrepreneur

5. Values

5.1. My Work Motivations * I'm motivated by work that allows me to help other people, either individually or in small groups. * I want work that absorbs me, even if it takes up my leisure time. * Money is not as important to me as a personal sense of satisfaction. * The idea of making money motivates me a great deal. * I'm motivated by work that will lead to a management position. * I'm motivated by work that will improve the world. * It's important to me to get public recognition for the work that I do.

5.2. My Work Style * I want a work situation that's exciting and high-pressured. * I prefer a work situation where my responsibilities are the same every day. * I enjoy work that requires attention to detail and accuracy. * I want the freedom to work to my own schedule. * I want work that lets me use my creativity to think up new ways to do things. * I want work with responsibilities that change frequently. * I like work where I can solve problems and decide how things should be done.

5.3. My Preferred Work Setting * I enjoy a workplace with lots of fast-paced activity. * I prefer indoor work. * I want work that challenges my intellectual capacities.

6. Multiple Intelligences

6.1. Graph of Multiple Intelligences

6.2. 1. Visual/Spatial (Picture Smart) relating to seeing or sight (perception)

6.2.1. Illustration

6.2.2. Representation

6.2.3. Pictorial

6.2.4. Vivid/Detail

6.2.5. Eye for detail

6.2.6. Looking at the big picture

6.2.7. Distinguishing errors

6.2.8. Creating a bigger picture/unity by using ideas/details

6.3. 2. Logical (Number Smart) characterized by clear, sound reasoning

6.3.1. Analytical

6.3.2. Coherant

6.3.3. Rational

6.3.4. Reasonable

6.3.5. Solving problems

6.3.6. Problematic equations with logical solutions

6.3.7. Solving balanced equations

6.3.8. Implementing logicality in life

6.4. 3. Interpersonal (Myself Smart) occurring within the individual mind or self

6.4.1. Personal

6.4.2. Aware

6.4.3. Capabilities

6.4.4. Knowledge

6.4.5. Exclusive

6.4.6. Becoming aware of capabilities, strengths and weakness

7. Learning Styles

7.1. 1. Visual Learning Style You need to see information in a visual format and learn best from written information, diagrams, and pictures.

7.1.1. Looking at the small details in big pictures

7.1.2. Keen eye for detail

7.1.3. Perfectionism

7.2. 2. Doing Learning Style You need to receive information through touch and feel and learn best from hands-on work and movement.

7.2.1. More applicable feilds

7.2.2. Better Performance

7.2.3. More useful implementation

7.3. 3. Hearing Learning Style You need to hear information and learn best from lectures and conversations.

7.3.1. Improved capabilities of distinguishing details

7.3.2. Improved apprehension of information

8. Workplace Skills

8.1. 1. Digital Technology the ability to use information and communication technology

8.2. 2. Continuous Learning to successfully adapt to changing work and life demand

8.3. 3. Thinking understand the pros and cons of every possible outcome and to value them according to the goal we want to achieve

8.4. Least 3 Skills

8.4.1. Document Use the ability find & use the information you need, put in information where it is needed, and construct information displays

8.4.2. Oral Communication the ability to talk with others to give and exchange information & ideas

8.4.3. Co-operation the ability to lead, coordinate or collaborate with others on work activities

9. Occupations

9.1. Software Engineer Researching, planning, developing computer operating systems

9.2. Computer Programmer Writing code for a computer software

9.3. Film Director Direct the making of the film

9.4. Marketing Selling the product or service with process of communication