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Counselling in College Settings: Impact of Personal and Career Counselling by Teachers on Students Development at Under Graduate Level

ATITHYA: A Journal of Hospitality

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Rasika Jamadagni, Meyola Fernandes | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Accommodations Operations, AISSMS CHMCT, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
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The difficulties in adjusting with changing environment of college students have become an emerging issue. Studies have proved that the adjustment difficulties like change in college environment, rules and regulations, peer pressure also coping up with the parents expectations about the career, self-expectations verses reality of the word etc are the most common problems discussed between the students and the counselor. To help students to solve these problems, institutions are making conscious efforts to impart counselling as one of the mandatory practices in the organization. By this students can be provided with the systematic help so that their social and emotional problems do not interfere with their academic performances, for the current study. Counselling is a technique that helps students to develop self-understanding and make changes in their lives to overcome the problems faced by them in their routine life. The use of interpersonal relationship is the only way of making counselling sessions effective. Through which the focus can be given on mental health of the students. We chose to examine the relationship between the college counselling experience and the academic performance in the students. The study suggested that the most common problems faced by the students are loneliness, low self-esteem and higher frequencies of life changes than their seniors.

Keywords: Counselling, Self-Understanding, Self-Expectations, Mental Health etc.

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