Counselling System


  1. During admission, Teachers provide counselling to the students for the selection of the subjects and stream, as per their interests, marks scored in the qualifying examination/academic capabilities, in the presence of the parents.
  2. Class mentors counsel the students in their day-to-day life, especially before, during and after every tests/examinations.
  3. Class counsellors and subject teachers help students to ascertain their talent and to convert it into a career opportunity.
  4. Class mentors refer students to counselling cell, if necessary.
  5. Parent-Student-Teacher Colloquium (PSTC) is held twice a year to discuss academic progress and personality changes of the students. Through the parents feedback input, necessary reformations are carried out.
  6. Students who could not complete all the papers in semesters are given academic counselling by which they can complete the degree in time.
  7. Weekly counselling is given to all the students by the class mentors to whom the students confidently share their misgivings with their parents, friends and relatives. These problems are properly counselled and satisfactory solutions are given.
  8. Class mentors and course teachers help students to solve their personal difficulties.
  9. Teachers help the economically weak students to get private jobs to meet their financial needs.
  10. The students' performances are discussed with the parents during PSTC.
  11. The counselling cell solves problems related to personal difficulties like depression, anxiety, stress, inhibition and inferiority complex and specific inter and intra personal relationship/understanding.