Bhopal,9 June:Post-result guidance would be imparted to the students studying in educational institutions being run by Tribal Welfare Department. Apart from guidance to three levels of students, arrangements have also been made to give counselling to their guardians.
Soon after declaration of 10th and 12th results, responsibility of holding counselling and guidance sessions has been entrusted to departmental schools with a view to apprising students and their guardians about better future opportunities. Counselling and guidance would be imparted by expert teachers on selecting courses for future studies and career opportunities. Commissioner Tribal Development Shri Jaideep Govind has issued directions to this effect to all the divisional deputy commissioners, assistant commissioners and Coordinators Tribal Development.
The purpose of post-result counselling is redressal of problems faced by students after passing their exams. Besides, counselling would also be imparted to the students who have failed or are to face supplementary exams. With this in view, schools have been told to ensure timely distribution of mark sheets so that all the students can appear for counselling simultaneously. They have been asked to invite guardians also. It has been instructed that principals of Model Residential Schools, Eklavya Model Schools and Excellence Schools must remain present for counselling at their respective schools on the fixed dates. Principals have also been directed to impart counselling themselves to students and their guardians.
The three levels on which counselling would be undertaken include successful students, those who have been given supplementary and failed students. Guidance would also be given to students who have passed 10th exam as to which subjects they should choose for further studies. The criteria for selecting future courses would be physical and mental capabilities of students, their emotional attachment, aptitude and success achieved by them in the past examinations.
After assessment of students’ all round abilities and capabilities, counselling would also be given to the guardians. Proper advices would be given to them for inculcating discipline, ability of self-decision and self-confidence in their wards, fixation of their priorities and assessment of redressal of problems likely to be faced by the guardians. The guardians of those students who have not achieved desired success, would be advised to encourage their wards despite this and cooperative with them. They would be guided that they should not be discouraged by the failure of their wards and encourage them to do better in future.