Mentoring and counseling activities are conducted during each semester throughout their course. A group of around 10 students are assigned to each faculty, who meet the group for one hour per week.
During the sessions, deep underlying issues that are drivers of low levels of motivation, low self-esteem or poor performance are resolved to a certain degree through group activities, games, motivational talks and advice under the guidance of faculty-in-charge.
Students are also made to work on activities that will help them to sharpen the skills required for their successful placements
Students get a chance to talk over what is in their mind with a person, who maintains an objective point of view. Mentor can help you learn new skills and ways of looking at situations so that you will be more capable of solving problems on your own.
The objective of counseling and mentoring are:
- To help students to be successful both academically and psychologically
- To help them to develop the skills in analyzing and synthesizing
- To inculcate in our students a sense of respect for knowledge and information and the ethics of learning and achieving
- To develop the capacity to understand emotions, express them and relate to others
Counseling sessions are planned as:
- Counselors are non-judgmental, objective, professional, experienced helpers
- Counselors try to make you comfortable in talking
- Counseling is confidential