Counseling and Mentoring

Mentoring - “Manthana”

Best Practice

A Mentor adorns the role of a second parent in whom the mentee confides. Holistic development of a mentee is the sole concern of a mentor.

M - Motivate

E - Encourage

N - Notice

T - Train

O - Obliging

R - Readiness

In short a mentor is a Friend, Philosopher and Guide who strives for the betterment of his students with a selfless attitude like a parent.

Roles of a Mentor

  • To provide opportunities for students to build academic, social and professional networks through various curricular and co-curricular activities through essential motivation and constant interaction with students.
  • To assist students in feeling more connected to the campus and to academia.
  • To support students to improve their ability to articulate and formulate plans to actively pursue and achieve their academic and career goals and instil a sense of social responsibility in them.

Counseling - “Spandana”

C - Compassionate

O - Optimistic

U - Understanding

N - Nicety

S - Support

E - Empathy

L - Lively

L - Light-Hearted

I - Inspire

N - Nurture

G - Growth

“Your life does not get better by chance; it gets better by change” – Jim Rohn

Integrating body, mind and soul is very essential for every human life. Counselling becomes vital part of college life to give a proper guidance to the so that they learn from their mistakes and mould themselves responsibly at the right time.

We have formed a counselling committee who interact with students, when they come to know that a particular student has some problems (be it in academics or personal life). The student is put at ease by interacting with the committee members and a strict counsel is done to solve the problem of the student to the extent possible. Counselling in charge officer will be spending designated 2 hours every week to interact with students who need moral support, guidance and suggestion to increase their relaxation level in the institution.