We Value Counselling
- Importance of Proper Counselling in the Educational Journey
Proper counselling plays a crucial role in the educational journey of both students and parents, starting from the very first visit during admission. By offering guidance and support, counselling assists in making informed decisions regarding subject selection, ultimately benefiting students’ career prospects.
- Academic Counselling as a Constant Feature
In educational institutions, academic counselling serves as a constant feature, aiming to address a wide range of student problems. This counselling is provided collectively in the class setting, ensuring that students receive general advice and information about various academic and career-related matters. Additionally, individual counselling sessions outside the classroom are available, allowing students to discuss their specific concerns in a more personal and confidential setting.
- Personal Counselling by Mentors
Personal counselling is offered by mentors, who can be parents or teachers, either in group sessions or on an individual basis. These mentors play a vital role in providing guidance and support tailored to the unique needs of each student. They help students navigate through personal challenges, develop effective study habits, and enhance their overall well-being.
4. Guidance for Competitive Exams
Students are provided with frequent guidance for upcoming competitive exams. This counselling equips them with the necessary knowledge, resources, and strategies to excel in these exams, increasing their chances of academic success and future opportunities.
5. Support for Psycho-Social Problems by Experienced Teachers
Senior and experienced teachers take responsibility for counselling students facing psycho-social problems. They provide support, guidance, and a listening ear to students who may be facing emotional, social, or psychological challenges. These teachers create a safe and supportive environment, helping students develop coping mechanisms and promoting their overall well-being.
6. Collaboration between Teachers and Parents
Teachers may also engage in communication with parents, reaching out to provide appropriate advice and support. This collaboration between teachers and parents fosters a strong support system for students, ensuring a holistic approach to their education and personal development.
The mentor-mentee concept fosters growth and development through guidance, knowledge sharing, and support. It cultivates meaningful relationships where mentors inspire mentees to reach their potential and navigate their journeys successfully.