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What are payment policy?

As payment for career counseling is collected from students by CareerGuide - how revenue share happens between CareerGuide and Career Counsellors ?

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Surabhi Dewra
Surabhi Dewra
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Career Counselors can see their statistics on no. of telephonic session and other details related to payment on dashboard

- CareerGuide collects verified/panelled career counselors - PAN Card details, Service Tax No. and Address for payment to be made.

- CareerGuide charges a fixed price for career counselling services from students. Pricing can be seen here: https://www.careerguide.com/pricing

- Pricing includes cost of counsellor's revenue share, psychometric career assessment, telephone charges, transaction charges and service tax.**

- As part of counsellor's revenue share we give Rs.3.25/ minute to career counselor i.e for a 60 minute session counselor's share is Rs.195.

- CareerGuide also becomes a channel for career counsellors to earn more on their career counselling practice - by spending as low as 20 hours a week they have potential to add Five digits more to their existing earnings.

- We can give volumes as high as a career counselor can handle - and in past we have seen many career counsellors earning additional as high as 40,000/month through CareerGuide channel.

- We issue check by first week of every month. The check details can be seen on the dashboard itself.

- By taking telephonic counselling through CareerGuide - career counsellor's can increase their reach - beyond their regular practise/ their regular counsellor's job.

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