The overall objective of the study was to emphasize the role of guidance and counseling for enhancing the academic performance of secondary school students in Karachi. The scope of the study was limited to the pupils and teachers of the secondary schools of Karachi. In-depth analysis of the literature was done. The strategy of research was a survey. The population of the study was comprised of all secondary schools functioning in district Malir Karachi. Stratified sampling design was used to draw the sample. The overall sample size was 1000 teachers. A questionnaire was designed for teachers which was comprised of 20 items, respectively. The data was collected and analyzed through descriptive statistics as well as inferential statistics parametric hypothesis test by using SPSS. It was found that most of the secondary schools’ lack the facilities and department of guidance and counseling. Teachers’ support that there should be a comprehensive Guidance and Counseling program in schools for students’ educational, vocational & personal issues. Based on findings, recommendations were made. This study will assist concerned authorities to take useful decisions for improvisation of teaching and learning.
Guidance and Counseling, Academic performance, Secondary Schools Component, Educational Guidance
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