Mentoring is collaboration – a caring, sharing, and encouraging relationship with a focus on the enhancement of the mentee’s growth and skill development. For mentees, the value of forging a close, ongoing, and evolving relationship with a mentor in their field can be tangible, such as increased compensation and greater career opportunities, or more abstract, such as building confidence through awareness about the vernacular and traditions of the professional education. For mentors, the process provides the opportunity to recognize and promote the abilities of individuals with less exposure within the supporting organization. This can result in diversifying talent and perspectives—fostering a fertile environment for fresh approaches needed for academic or business success.

Functions of the Counseling and Mentoring System

  1. To identify specific needs of the student – academic, personal, career related and provide mentoring and counselling.
  2. To improve teacher-student relationship.
  3. To monitor the students regularity and discipline and advise accordingly.
  4. Counselling students for solving their problems and provide confidence to improve their quality of life.
  5. To assist students in independently monitoring their progress towards achieving their educational and career goals.

Facilities for Counseling and Mentoring System

  1. The College has an effective Mentoring System
  2. Every batch of students has a Mentor, who is responsible in looking after the welfare of that batch. Before and after the regular schedule 1 hr each per day is set apart for counselling, Mentoring and Academic Advice
  3. Mentors of the College are accessible, responsive, open-minded, and student-oriented and dedicated to the development of his/her mentees.
  4. Mentors of this Institution are good listeners, able to offer honest and constructive criticism and willing to compliment their pupils’ accomplishments.
  5. Mentors do these things in a confidential manner. They initiate contact with their pupils and devote time for the Mentoring Relationship.
  6. Mentors familiarize the pupil with the campus environment and culture and help the pupil set his or her priorities. Mentors establish both short and long term goals and follow up on pupils’ progress.
  7. Mentor Records provide valuable data on mentees’ academic achievements, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities in which the mentees participated/excelled, their parents’ academic and financial background etc.
  8. Each Mentor monitors the academic as well as co-curricular performance of his/her mentees. The Mentor maintains constant interaction with the parents of their mentees.
  9. Advanced Learners in a Mentoring System are provided with reference books, other reading materials etc. and are encouraged to support the Slow Learners of their batch.
  10. Mentors provide their mentees the academic, personal and psycho-social support.
  11. There has been a Professional Counsellor on campus in addition to the Teacher-counsellors to address the psycho-social issues of the needy students. The Professional Counsellor maintains a record of the students who seek the support of the Counsellor.
  12. Teachers other than Mentors also provide academic advice to the students. Before and after the regular schedule one hour each per day is set apart for Academic Advice.
  13. The Women’s Cell of the College offers counselling to girl students. Regular awareness Programmes are conducted for them.

Composition of Committee

  1. Convener: A senior faculty with good network.
  2. Faculty Member: one faculty from each department.
  3. Student Member: Two 3rd& two 4th year students from each department and two 1st& 2nd year students of MBA, one 2nd and one 3rd year student of diploma program.
  4. Other Staff as members: Trainers who are dedicated for various training.

Committee Members

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Department Position
1 Mr.K.Rajendra Prasad Assistant Professor MBA Convener
2 Mrs.U Sujatha Assistant Professor H&S Faculty Member
3 Mrs.A.Hari Priya Assistant Professor CSE Faculty Member
4 Mrs.R Merlin Assistant Professor ECE Faculty Member
5 Mrs.N Vijaya Shanthi Assistant Professor MBA Faculty Member
6 Mrs. V M Shruthi Assistant Professor CE Faculty Member
7 RK Spoorthi Student MBA II Year
8 V Anitha Student MBA II Year
9 N Madhu Latha Student CSE IV Year
10 U Usha Student CSE IV Year
11 C Rukmini Student ECE IV Year
12 K Hemalatha Student ECE IV Year
13 M Vijaya Student MCA II Year
14 T Vyshnavi Student CSE II Year
15 B Varalakshmi Student EEE IV Year
16 K Lahari Student EEE IV Year
17 A Prasamsha Student CE IV Year
18 D Akshaya Student CE IV Year
19 H Shanthi Student CE III Year
20 M Tejaswini Student CE III Year
21 K Kavya Student CSE III Year
22 T Chasmitha Student CSE III Year
23 A Chandanamathi Student EEE III Year
24 M Hemalatha Student EEE III Year
25 B Sreya Student ECE III Year
26 S Pragathi Student ECE III Year

Roles & Responsibilities of Counseling and Mentoring System

  1. Promote adequate adaptation to the university for new students, both personal and academic.
  2. Consider the special needs that students with some type of disability may require.
  3. For students who may present academic difficulties, schedule workshops on study techniques or time management, tutorial action
  4. Promote the complementary training of the student, such as training in student values through volunteer programs, for example.
  5. Promote the physical and sports activity of students, also in their university stage.
  6. Dedicate special attention to students with financial needs.
  7. Generate professional guidance actions aimed at students of recent years, to facilitate their incorporation into the world of work.
  1. To provide opportunities for students to build academic, social and professional networks through various curricular and co-curricular activities through essential motivation and constant interaction with students.
  2. To assist students in feeling more connected to the campus and to academia.
  3. To support students to improve their ability to articulate and formulate plans to actively pursue and achieve their academic and career goals and instil a sense of social responsibility in them.

Events Organized for the A.Y 2021-22

S.No. Name of the Coordinator Event Organized Course Dates No. of Participants Report
1 Mrs.L.Prathibha Awareness Program on Student Counseling & Mentoring System B.Tech, MBA & MCA 10-11-2022 195 View

Allocation of Mentors for the A.Y 2021-22

S.No. Name of the Department View
1 B.Tech-CSE I Year II Year III Year IV Year
2 B.Tech-CSE(AI) I Year II Year III Year IV Year
3 B.Tech-ECE I Year II Year III Year IV Year
4 B.Tech-EEE I Year II Year III Year IV Year
5 B.Tech-EEE I Year II Year III Year IV Year
6 MBA I Year II Year
7 MCA I Year II Year

Efficiency of Mentoring System

Ms. Agraharam Sreshta student of CSE branch continuously mentored by V. Sujatha Faculty Mentor, her observations reveal the impact of counselling system helping the mentees to aware their potential in maximum extend for achieving their goals to be successful in the life.

S.No. Photograph Name of the Mentee Roll No. Branch Email & Phone No.
1 photo Agraharam Sreshta 192T1A0502 CSE sreshta.careers@gmail.com

Academic Performance (From 1st Sem to 6th Sem)

S.No. Semester Total No. of Subjects No. of Subjects Failed SGPA
1 I Semester 10 2 6.65
2 II Semester 9 1 6.78
3 III Semester 10 0 7.02
4 IV Semester 10 0 7.20
5 V Semester 11 0 7.50
6 VI Semester 10 0 7.71

Impact Analysis

  1. Has mentoring aided first-generation professional students from households with low educational attainment and rural roots?
  2. Ans: Yes, counselling helped students to come out doing well even without any educational background.

    Ms. K Lakshmi Pujitha (202T5A0501)

    • All her family members (both the parents) are agricultural labourers without any formal education.
    • With a strong desire to come up in her life despite difficulties she concentrated on her studies.
    • With the help of Mentor who inspired her in all the ways, she succeeded in her every attempt which leads her to get better results.
    Photograph Educational Level Percentage of Marks / CGPA
    photo SSC 75
    I SEMESTER 6.52
    II SEMESTER 7.18
    IV SEMESTER 7.86
  3. Does the mentoring system have a structured mentoring process?
  4. Ans: Yes, a well-defined process for the mentoring has been devised & successfully implemented.

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