Classes will be held twice a week for 1.5 hours for 15 weeks (45 hours in total)
Start Week: 28 Sep – 03 Oct 2020
- Friday: 2.00 – 3.30 pm
- Saturday: 11.30 am – 1.00 pm
This workshop seeks to help learners:
- To comprehend the concept of guidance and its various aspects.
- To identify the guidance needs at various stages of growth and development.
- To understand the concept, process and types of counselling.
- To familiarise with the assessment tools and techniques that are useful in guidance and counselling.
- To acquaint with the process of guidance of specific groups of the population.
On the completion of the workshop, the learners are expected to:
- develop a conceptual understanding of key concepts related to guidance
- build upon the ability to observe, identify and assess the needs of guidance at various stages of development, including educational, vocational, familial and the social dimensions of life
- understand and interpret the various aspects of counselling
- get acquainted with the various assessment tools and techniques used to support the guidance and counselling procedure; and
- realise the importance of dealing with the needs and process of guidance of specific groups of the population.
The sessions will be conducted primarily as online live lectures. Each live lecture will be supplemented with reading material or video content made available on Moodle (Learning Management System). The live sessions will be a combination of lectures and discussions. Each session will begin with a formative assessment of the previous day's lecture and shared content. A Continuous Internal Assessment activity will be provided over the LMS at the end of each Unit.
The participants are expected to be at least 18 years and above and must have at least completed class 12 to attend the workshop Since this is an online workshop, the learners are expected to have a reasonably stable internet connection with required bandwidth to take part in the live sessions as well as to access the contents in the Learning Management system.
Continuous evaluation on multiple component bases will be the pattern of evaluation. The participants will be evaluated based on the components detailed below. The evaluation is based on the idea that the learner can display a persistent commitment to the learning process.
- Total Marks : 100
- Classroom Participation : 10%
- Quiz (CIA - given at the end of each Unit) : 20%
- Assignments (2 x 15%) : 30%
- End-Term examination : 40%
A Certificate of Participation will be awarded to those who meet the completion requirements pertaining to all the segments of the workshop.
Rs. 6000/- (inclusive of GST)
Dr. Pramod Dinakar, Assistant Professor, School of Ethics, Governance, Culture and Social Systems, Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth
Timeline for cancellation
3 days before the workshop begins
100% of the registration fee (less administrative fee)
1 week into the workshop
50% of the registration fee (less administrative fee)
10 days into the workshop
*All refunds are subject to an administrative fee (10% of the registration fee).