Blanks as a Tools and Technique in Guidance and Counselling


Q. Tools and Technique in Guidance and Counselling – Blanks

Blanks

Blanks is a type of format including various points used for collecting data from students and if required, from their parents/guardians and doctors.

Example

  • Name of the student
  • Name of the School & Division
  • Gender
  • Birthdate
  • Mother Tongue
  • Religion & Caste
  • Birthplace
  • Address

Family background – Details of Father and Mother

  1. Name of Parents
  2. Parents’ Education
  3. Profession of parents
  4. Annual Income of Family
  5. Area of Household
  6. Of family numbers
  7. Facilities at home
  8. Residence before school admission
  9. Name of the previous school
  10. Academic Progress –
    1. Rank
    2. Subject
    3. Marks
  11. Qualities
  12. Hobbies
  13. Health
  14. Participation in co-curricular activities
  15. Remarks by Teachers
  16. Remarks by Head of Institution
  17. Selection of Profession
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