Indian schools seek to keep students on the right path

01/3/2013 | Times of India, The

Every school overseen by the Central Board of Secondary Education in India will begin offering psychological counseling to students. Officials say that such counseling and guidance will be helpful as students deal with difficult issues and prepare to transition into the real world. Supporters say counselors may help students avoid going down the wrong path because of peer pressure and other issues and could be a resource for students who feel uncomfortable sharing some things with their parents.

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