Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science (MS)
Punjab State is bounded on the west by Pakistan, on the north by Kashmire, a block of Himchal Prodesh (names of States in India) and Tibet, and on the east by the river Jumna. The State lies between 27 ½ and 34 degrees north and encompasses the length of Rajatham, Uthat Pradesh, and Delhi on the southeast. The population of Punjab State, according to the 1962 census, is 20 million people. This state has 4.63% of the total population of India, with 4.01% of the total land area and ranks eleventh in area. The main occupation of the people is farming. (2) Statement of the Problem: The major purpose of the study is to (1) examine the guidance concepts prevalent in the United States and to determine in what way they can be adopted in Punjab, India with respect to present circumstances, (2) to determine the present guidance status in Punjab State, and (2) to propose a guidance program in the secondary schools of Punjab State. (see more in text)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
South Dakota State University
Gill, Pritpal Singh, "Proposed Guidance and Counseling Program for the Secondary Schools in Punjab State" (1966). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3200.