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Meaning, Definition and Principles of Vocational Guidance! Every young man requires advice as to what kind of work will be most suitable for him keeping in view his abilities and aptitudes.
When such an advice is given, it is known as vocational guidance. Vocational guidance programme may be a part of the selection process. A big concern may have vocational counsellors to advise the candidates to try somewhere else. Vocational guidance follows vocational selection.
Vocational selection of employees means recruitment of new employees who have not been in industry previously.
The following are the few definitions of vocational guidance: It is of utmost importance that the right man is selected for the right job. On the basis of the information collected, the candidate will be guided as to which job is best suited to him.
In fact, vocational guidance is needed at the school and college level. On the basis of this guidance, the students may choose science, commerce or arts faculties. At present this guidance is given by parents and teachers but it is always better if it is given by some expert who is normally a psychologist.
In advanced countries, psychologists are appointed in educational institutions for providing vocational guidance. Principles of Vocational Guidance: Advantages of Vocational Guidance: The following advantages will accrue from scientific vocational selection: Vocational Guidance in India: In India, employment exchanges provide vocational guidance to youth applicants without any work experience and adults with specific work experience.
In order to divert educated youth to channels of gainful employment, vocational guidance and career advising programmes of the Directorate General of Employment and Training have been expanded and streamlined.
A career study centre and the Central Institute for Research and Training provide career literature for the occupational orientation of the youth and other guidance seekers. It is also engaged in conducting research studies in several areas and fields of employment service.1 Guidance.
The following guidance is based on the best available evidence.
The full guideline gives details of the methods and the evidence used to develop the guidance. Principles of care for people with generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) Information and support for people with GAD, their families and carers.
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