JCGR – Journal Of Community Guidance & Research

Editorial Board

Paul R Ackerman

Consultant, Disability and
Leadership Virginia, USA.

 Marlow Ediger

Professor Emeritus of Education,
Truman State University,
North Newton, KS.

L Govinda Rao

Former Director, National Institute
for the Mentally Handicapped,

E S Srinivas

XLRI, Jamshedpur.

A K Saxena

SVP National Police Academy,

J B P Sinha

Assert Institute of Management
Studies (AIMS), Patna.

Mahesh Bhargava

Hariprasad Institute of
Behavioural Studies, Agra.

Charles Spielberger

University of South Florida, USA.

Adrian Furnham

University of London, UK.

Duncan Cramer

Loughbrough University, UK.


University of Utreacht, The

George Domino

The University of Arizona,

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