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A Review of Career Guidance and Counselling Programs | Review Article

Rakesh Kumar Dangi*, Smita Jain, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


The capacity of high school students to make decisions about their future occupations, as well as their feeling of self-efficacy and their level of academic accomplishment, are all positively impacted by the presence of guidance and counselling services in the schools in which they are enrolled. Students may also benefit from these programmes by learning how to avoid making hasty or ill-informed professional judgements, as well as how to become more realistic and confident in their decisions. Another benefit of these programmes is that students may learn how to become more confident in their decisions by learning how to become more realistic. Helping people make informed decisions about their educational and professional trajectories is one of the most important roles that may be played by programmes that provide career guidance and help to individuals. The primary objective of this research is to investigate the impact that career assistance and counselling have on the decision-making process. In light of this, there is a growing need in today's rapidly changing labour market for the guidance and help of career counsellors.