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MEANING & DEFINITION OF GUIDANCE Guidance is a complex concept. The aim of Guidance is not to solve the problems of the individual but on the basis of guidance we can try to make the person capable of solving his own problems himself. E.g. In Educational Guidance help may be provided to the students in choosing his stream of subjects, choice of school/college, or necessary adjustments to be done in school. According to Shirley Honarins, “Helping John to see through himself in order that he may see himself through is guidance” According to Lester D. Crow & Alice Crow, “guidance is not giving direction. It is not imposition of one persons point of view upon another person. It is not making decision for an individual which he should make for himself. It is not carrying the burdens of another's life. Rather, guidance is assistances made available by personally qualified and adequately ...
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