Guidance and Counselling in Schools

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This book is an attempt to provide an insight into the way guidance and counselling programme needs to be organised in schools, and will be useful to educators as well as counsellors.
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Manmohan’s interactive style and unique ability to engage with young as well as not so young has made him a very effective training facilitator. He has conducted a horde of training programmes in India and the Middle East. His deep insight into the culture of his home country – India – and that of...

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The programme of guidance and counselling provides an avenue for school students to sort out their problems – academic, personal, social and vocational – and shows them the way to chart their academic and vocational course in the right direction, in addition to dealing with their personal problems. This book is an attempt to give an insight into the way guidance and counselling needs to be organised, and will be useful to educators as well as counsellors.

About the author


Dr. Manmohan Joshi, M.A., M.Ed., Cert. Educational Admin, Dip. HRD, Dip. Mgmt. (UK), MBA, Ph.D. (Mgmt.), has over 45 years’ teaching, training and administrative experience. He has worked as Principal of large and reputed educational institutions in India, Kuwait and the Sultanate of Oman.


For his work on Innovative Practices in Value Education he was awarded by the National Council of Educational Research and Training, India.


He is also the recipient of the Best Teacher Award from the Govt. of Tamilnadu as well as the Central Board of Secondary Education, India.


He has presented papers at various national and international conferences under the auspices of UNESCO. He has also conducted various workshops for teachers, students, parents and administrators. The topics covered a wide area viz., Leadership and Team Building, Value Education, Administration Skills, Career Choice, Effective Decision Making in Administration, Effective Communication Skills, Interpersonal Relationships, Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation, Skills in Dealing with Managers, Secretarial Skills. He has also authored several books on different subjects.


He has also worked as Acting Chief Executive for a reputed Training Institute in the Sultanate of Oman.


He is now Head-Internal Training at Acharya Education Services, Bangalore, India, and conducts workshops and training programmes – especially training in Soft Skills and Business Communication - for college professors, teachers and corporate executives. He is actively involved in teaching students of MBA, Law and B.Ed.


He can be contacted through e-mail: manmohan.joshi@gmail.com

  1. Guidance
    1. Meaning and nature of guidance
    2. Scope of guidance
    3. Guidance and education
    4. Principles of guidance
    5. Need and importance of guidance
  2. Types of guidance
    1. Educational guidance
    2. Vocational guidance
    3. Personal guidance
    4. Educational and informational service
  3. Counselling and its nature
    1. Meaning and nature
    2. Need
    3. Characteristics
    4. Objectives
    5. Functions
    6. Principles
    7. Types of counselling
    8. Process of counselling
  4. Skills of counselling
    1. Introduction
    2. Skills of a counsellor
    3. Common behavioural problems of adolescents
  5. Strategies for guidance and counselling
    1. Strategies
    2. Techniques
  6. Testing and assessment
    1. Introduction
    2. Non-standardized tests
    3. Standardized tests
  7. Organisation of guidance and counselling in schools
    1. Purpose
    2. Organisational set up
    3. Requirement of counselling services
  • References
  • About the author