The objectives of counselling include:
  • Understanding students’ academic learning abilities.
  • Assisting students in formulating plans to address their challenges.
  • Helping students identify their interests, capabilities, and potential opportunities.
  • Fostering the encouragement and development of special talents.
Students Counselling
  • Student counselling is a vital and routine undertaking within the college, with the primary goal of fostering and nurturing students to excel academically and contribute to their holistic development. This initiative offers essential support and guidance for academic pursuits.


  • Each faculty counsellor is assigned a group of 15-20 students, and as part of their responsibilities, they organize a minimum of three counselling sessions per semester. These sessions include a Monthly Counselling Session, a session before exams, and another session after the announcement of results.
  • The counsellor diligently compiles comprehensive student details and maintains a record of attendance for all courses within the counselling group. Regular attendance reports, including theory and practical attendance, are communicated to parents three times per semester via SMS. Additionally, internal assessment marks are promptly shared with parents through SMS after each assessment. Parents are encouraged to contact the counsellor at any time.
  • In instances of noteworthy concerns such as consistently low attendance or poor academic performance, the counsellor proactively arranges meetings with parents. The Head of Departments takes requisite actions based on the suggestions and issues raised during these counselling sessions, ensuring a responsive approach to the well-being and academic progress of the students.
  • During counselling sessions, the counsellor actively gathers grievances from students and offers suggestions to address their concerns. These details, along with the student’s marks obtained in the final exams, are meticulously recorded. The information is systematically uploaded into the ERP specific to the counselled student. This dual approach of electronic and written documentation ensures a comprehensive and organized record of each student’s counselling history, grievances, and academic performance.
  • With the ERP, faculty members have the ability to access attendance details and internal assessment (IA) performance of students during counselling sessions. This information is automatically retrieved and populated in the counselling form, enabling faculty to review and analyse the student’s academic progress. Additionally, the platform allows faculty members to offer valuable suggestions and guidance based on the student’s attendance records and IA performance, fostering a targeted and personalized approach to counselling.
  • The ERP comprehensively depicts the overall progress record of each student. This information serves as a valuable resource for providing tailored and relevant suggestions. By offering a holistic view of a student’s academic journey, including attendance, internal assessment performance, and other relevant details, the EERP becomes a powerful tool for educators and counsellors to make informed decisions and provide guidance that is specifically suited to the individual needs and circumstances of each student.
  • The assigned students will remain under the guidance and counselling of the same faculty throughout their program until they complete their academic course. This continuity ensures a consistent and supportive relationship between the faculty counsellor and the students, fostering a long-term connection that contributes to the students’ overall development and academic success.
  • A designated counsellor for a specific group is responsible for overseeing the comprehensive development of the students assigned to them, starting from the second year and continuing through to the final year of their academic program. This long-term commitment allows the counsellor to provide sustained support, guidance, and mentorship, contributing to the students’ growth and success over the duration of their program.
  • Students are actively encouraged to voice their opinions and provide suggestions for both academic and infrastructural enhancements within the college. The Head of Departments plays a pivotal role in taking necessary actions to implement valid suggestions put forth by the students. This collaborative approach ensures that the student community’s input is valued and contributes to the ongoing improvements and development of the academic and physical infrastructure within the college.
  • During counseling sessions, various concerns are addressed to provide comprehensive support to students. These include:
  1. Academic Pressures
    1. Lack of Concentration and Motivation for Studies
    2. Underachievement
    3. Backlogs
    4. Exam Stress
    5. Unhealthy Competition
  2. Loneliness and Homesickness
  3. Peer Pressure
  4. Procrastination
  5. Low Confidence and Self-Esteem

By discussing these issues, the counselor aims to understand the individual challenges students may be facing and works collaboratively to develop strategies and solutions to address and overcome these concerns, fostering a positive and conducive learning environment.