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The present study aims to explore the nature of Guidance Needs of Pupils for 11th Grade Institutions from both Literate and Illiterate parents’ background & Management for Pupils of 8th Grade Institutions: An Analytical Study of Murshidabad District, West Bengal, India. The populations consist of Pupils for 11th Grade Institutions from both Literate and Illiterate parents’ background & Management for Pupils of 8th Grade Institutions Murshidabad district. Questionnaire on guidance need was distributed. Sampling Random technique was applied to collect the data among the 400 for Pupils for 11th Grade Institutions from both Literate and Illiterate parents’ background & 186 for Management for Pupils of 8th Grade Institutions Govt.Aided School and Private Schools. The study identifies the phenomena related to various guidance needs the pupils coming from both literate and illiterate Parents’ background & Govt.Aided School pupils and Private Schools pupils. The complex and varied nature of the world of service pose a huge challenge to the youngest pupils today. Many pupils with higher secondary/secondary schools/Madrasahs knowledge face difficulties in making decisions due to lack of sufficient guidance, which hampers their progression. The Results and finding shows there is a significant difference in mean score on the (physical, social, psychological, educational and vocational) guidance needs among 11th grade pupils with respect to their parents as literate and illiterate. There is a significant difference in Guidance needs (physical, social, psychological, educational and vocational) among 8th Grade institutions pupils with respect to their management.

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Guidance needs; Parents Education; literate Parents; illiterate Parent;, Management; Govt. Aided Schools; Private School; Physical; Social; Vocational; Psychological; Educational

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