Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering

Student Support System

Counseling is a methodical, student-centered procedure based on a tight student-advisor relationship that aims to help students achieve their educational, vocational, and personal objectives. Face-to-face mentoring may have the purpose of informing, advising, coaching, and teaching. Advising is concerned with not only a specific topic but also with helping the rational processes of the student. To empower them in their learning and personal growth, they will be taught environmental and interpersonal skills, behaviour awareness, problem-solving, decision-making, and evaluative skills. The goal of counselling is for students to be able to openly and confidentially communicate intellectual, emotional, and personal difficulties and concerns to a professional who can effectively help them.

Counseling support is divided into two categories: academic issues, personal issues, and professional issues. Academic counselling is used to provide students with educational guidance and support by establishing relevant educational solutions. A counselor’s personal therapy helps students learn social etiquette, peer group interaction, and attitudinal improvements that can help them overcome emotional problems while also lowering dropout rates. Job counselling aids students in gaining a better knowledge of their beliefs, interests, skills, passions, and worldview, all of which influence their career choices.

When a student first enrols in college, he or she is assigned a teacher mentor. The teacher mentor guarantees that each student has a faculty member who is a friend. The mentor keeps track of the student’s academic progress and offers advice. Not only has the implementation of this procedure enhanced student achievements, but it has also effectively engaged students with our college. From FE to BE, each faculty member supervises 20 to 22 students. Once assigned, the faculty guardian will stay such until the student completes the course. Mentoring occurs at least twice a semester and may occur more frequently.

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