Counseling, PTM & Mentoring

Student Counselling

SEDC ensures a student-friendly ambience. The constitution of the Counseling and Grievance Redressal Cell is a part of our relentless effort to create a conducive atmosphere. This cell, consisting of trained and experienced faculty, deals with non-academic grievances, while mentors sort out academic matters. Grievances can be posted in the suggestion boxes, which are opened every week. In response to suggestions expressed by students, many steps have been taken, among them: installation of ceiling fans in classrooms, provision of lift facility for disabled students, establishment of, Health centre, the centre for women empowerment, computerization of office-work, subsidized canteen.

The Counseling and Grievance Redressal Cells are made up of faculty trained by NIHMANS. They have received training to understand adolescents and their behavior, emotional intelligence, motivation and work-life balance.

Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change
- Jim Rohn

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

A counselling committee formed at our college interacts with students, when they come to know that a 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 spends designated 2 hours every week to interact with students who need moral support, guidance and suggestions to increase their relaxation level in the institution.

Parent’s Teacher Meeting

Parent Teacher Meeting play a crucial role in enhancing a student’s education. Often dreaded by students, parent teacher meeting is an effective way for parents and teachers to interact and discuss about their ward’s progress. Parents on the other hand can play an active role in their ward’s education and can further encourage and influence their ward to do well in college.

Parent teacher association works as a bridge between parents and teachers where through mutual cooperation both can decide what further steps should be taken so that a ward can get most out of his/her studies. Since colleges are not only meant to teach certain subjects, they also work on improving different set of skills, social and emotional aspects of a student, parents should discuss these points so that a lecturer can help in improving the same.

Our college organizes Parent -Teachers Meeting twice in a year and address the development, challenges what they are facing and the actions to find out the solution for the challenges and in a PTM professional counselors address the gathering to give inputs for better parenting. Suggestions are also sought from parents to bring about changes in the performance of students. Parents are made aware of the various measures like Mentor System & Remedial Classes that the college practices to help the slow learners.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Maintaining the strong relationship with parents for the betterment of students.
  • To maintain the accurate record of students
  • Providing responses regarding the overall performance
  • Maintaining confidential report based on issues and suitable action provided by the respective faculties
  • Providing comfortable environment and guarantee of confidentiality to the Parents to discuss personal issues of the students according to their wish.
  • Appointing the additional counselors based on the need and request on the issue with the help of counseling committee

Belaku (Mentoring)

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. 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.

Objectives

The holistic development of our students is our Quality Policy, which is very important for our students to be socially responsible and to grow as nation builders. Yes, mentoring aims at providing complete motivation and support to students for their overall improvement and success. It helps to identify career paths for students and support students' personal growth; provides an opportunity for students to learn and practice professional networking skills; equips students with the understanding and tools to make ethical and informed decisions and improves discipline and human interaction on the campus through the mentoring system.

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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 instill a sense of social responsibility in them.