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Impact of Parental Counselling on Child’s Personality and Scholastic Performance
Sahu, A.* and Baghel B.
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics. Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, Bastar (C.G.) 494001, INDIA.
A highly significant improvement was found towards positive sten scores in all 14 PFs studied in all four groups i.e. parent’s age, occupation, education, number of siblings. Those who were sleeping for 8-10 hours per days were more relaxed and attentive as compared to those who were sleeping less similarly children who played more than 2 hours/day were more confident and happy. School teachers represent the second mother figure for children. The personality trait of teachers directly or indirectly has an impact on the development of child’s personality. Hence teachers selection must be done by a committee consisting of at least experienced Educationalist ,Psychologist ,Sociologist and the salaries must be higher even than those of Gazetted officers .There is a strong need to create awareness among parents about their psychosocial factors which have a strong influence on child’s future personality development and intellectual scholastic performance. Apart from parents, educational authorities, policy makers and all concerned should be sensitized to this with the help of mass media and information network. So they can effectively deal with specific situation like academic, social as well as emotional.
Second mother figure, Counselling, Pegs
Sahu, A., Baghel B. Impact of Parental Counselling on Child’s Personality and Scholastic Performance. Research J. Science and Tech. 2012; 4(1): 32-39.
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