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Vol. 9 No. 1 (2017): البرز

IMPACT OF MULTILINGUALISM ON THE GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVICES A CASE STUDY OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF QUETTA CITY

DOI
https://doi.org/10.54781/abz.v9i1.100
Submitted
January 9, 2021
Published
2017-12-20

Abstract

The most significant part of schooling is the guidance and counselling of students related to their social and educational problems , the students suffer several types of problems and issues related to their studies and relations with their mates, the guidance and counselling plays a vital role in order to capable the students to face and solve the issues related to their educational and social life, in guidance and counselling the role of primary language cannot be ignored because such like Quetta city, the majority of the  students learn education in their secondary language, the medium of instruction in private schools is mostly English and Urdu but in public school the Urdu is used commonly. However, the large number of population lives in Quetta they speak their first language as Pashto, Balochi, Brahui, and Hazargi, but less number of students speak Urdu as first or primary language, the education system not only in Quetta but also in all over the province the education system is not good enough to provide quality education to the students, the public and

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