The main objective of counseling is to bring about a voluntary change in the client. Hence, the objective of guidance service existing in the school should be to eliminate such problems of the pupils. Leaders at local, state and national levels champion and lead change initiatives. In their family, they have no one with an experience of college or university education background to guide them in the choice of a career. In such situations, the guidance worker plans the guidance programme in order to prepare the children of primary stage, for next higher school stage, such as arranging the visits of primary stage children to high schools, inviting high school teachers to primary schools, explaining the procedure for getting admission to high schools after leaving the primary schools, making them familiar with the curriculum of high schools etc.
Some start feeling their responsibilities. Shoben 1965 also views the goal of counseling as personal development. A statement of goals is not only important but also necessary, for it provides a sense of direction and purpose. Counseling to Help Change Blocher 1966 adds two other goals. This cooperation is desirable in guidance at all levels. Besides, many parents are not trained for helping their grown up children to develop sound study techniques, and obtain reliable information in matters of sex etc.
Counseling in its spirit and essence is generative. Access to and use of this websites information is at the user's risk. Much of the money wasted on these poor and low achievers could be saved by a policy of prevention. Apart from the specific goals, there are two categories of goals which are common to most counseling situations. The counselee could be helped to gain fuller self- understanding through self — exploration and to appreciate his strengths and weaknesses. It is through the process of making critical decisions that personal growth is fostered.
The goals of counseling may be described as immediate, long-range, and process goals. Patterson 1970 suggests a third level of goals namely intermediate goals in addition to mediating and ultimate goals. Objective of creating the feeling of cooperation in the children. The young students in colleges and universities need to be informed about various jobs and openings available to them and the requirements, responsibilities and the nature of work involved in them so that they could measure themselves upto them and develop and crystallise their occupational goals. These standards provide a framework that ensures that guidance programs are comprehensive in design and delivered in a systematic fashion for all students.
To help the students in their period of turmoil and confusion: The students undergo a great deal of turmoil and searching to give meaning to their lives. Higher education is a very costly enterprise. Coordination of orientation activities for students new to each level of education and for transferring students. The Comprehensive Guidance Program at Saint Joseph High School serves all students, grades nine through twelve, using a proactive and preventive approach. At primary stage, there is need to pay special attention towards the health of the children. To help the student know himself better-his interests, abilities, aptitudes, and oppurtunities.
Discussing the goals of counseling, Parloff 1961 distinguishes between immediate and ultimate goals according to him the former refers to the steps and stages in the counseling process which lead to the realization of the ultimate goals. This educated proletariat, so to say, is a time bomb in the heart of the nation that can explode any time if immediate care is not taken to inactivate it. The content of the counseling program focuses on three interrelated areas: Academic Development, College Career Development and Personal Social-Spiritual Development. The parents were indicated as the most usual source of help. Everywhere--elementary, junior and senior high schools, community colleges, technical institutes, universities, career resource centers, correctional facilities, community-based organizations, human services agencies, community and business organizations, skill clinics, employment and placement services.
According to Dunsmoor and miller, the purpose of student counseling are :- 1. Produce graduates who consistently apply the highest accepted standards of ethical and professional conduct to their work. In this way, we see that there is no much difference between the functions and guidance objectives of high, higher secondary and college stage. But there are some persons who fail to understand what the college education means. He has to face a number of problems regarding admission.
If there is no further deterioration in the unemployment rate, this number was 4. Every stage of education enjoys different objective of guidance. Produce graduates who have the awareness, knowledge, and skills necessary to address issues of human diversity defined broadly and multiculturalism and who are capable of advocating for the needs and issues of underrepresented and underserved populations. Hence the need of adequate guidance and counselling arrangement in our colleges and universities. Those children are more in difficulty who are fully dependent on their parents. Career Counseling Program Goal The career counseling program track prepares students to work as career development professionals with people of all ages in a variety of settings.