In the formulation and moulding of the students' outlook and attitude, the mentor's function is of utmost importance. The mentor plays a crucial role in the development of the students' critical thinking. A mentor is a person who aids in directing the development of another person. They are typically older and have more experience. The mentee's needs to be guided, counselled, and supported by the mentor. A mentor can support a mentee in developing their skills and abilities through observation, evaluation, modelling, and advice.
With this aim a well structured mentor-mentee system has been developed in the college to facilitate the students. The teachers in the college as a mentor have been allotted a number of students under this Mentor-Mentee system.
A. To address the conflicts in attitudes, habits and knowledge of the students towards learning practices.
B.To monitor the students’ regularity and discipline.
C. To enable the parents to know about the performance and regularity of their wards.
D. To counsel the students for solving their problems and taking confidence, building measures to achieve their goals.
E.To support students in their career related challenges.
F.To help the students to get the suitable jobs / placements
G.To provide career and employment related information and to guide students towards career opportunities including opting higher education.
A. Every class/section has one mentor
B. Informal mentoring takes place spontaneously between mentor and the student.
C.Informal mentoring occurs through a program with an established structure.
D.If any unusual and abnormal activity is observed on the part of student the mentor shall identify and discuss with the student for further counseling and resolving the problems, and if required problem is reported to Head for needful action.
Guidance & Counseling Cell
The college has established a guidance and counselling cell by appointing professional counsellors to help students with the following goals:
1. To advise students on the different possibilities accessible to them during their studies.
2. To recognise and nurture students' skills and interests.
3. Assisting students in finding solutions to their psychological, educational, and personal issues.
4. To cultivate a positive outlook and behaviour in order to overcome obstacles.
5. To help pupils become more aware of their potential careers.
6. To inform the students, regardless of their area of interest, about the scope and importance of any subject.
7. To acknowledge their flaws as well as their strengths.