About Students Counselling Cell:
The office of the counselling services aims at helping students reach their highest academic and personal potential. This may involve helping with personal, learning and career concerns and promoting success and wellness among them. The office provides a confidential atmosphere in which the students can explore any topic or situation and discuss any concerns thy may have. The students are helped to work through their problems, to develop self-awareness and to overcome problems.
The office offers free counselling to students on individual or group basis. The counselling cell also provides testing facilities which includes psychological testing and psychiatry.
The counselling cell has a peer help group fondly known as “Happy Folks” of PEC comprising students from all branches and years. They are the volunteers who work in order to create a cheerful atmosphere in the college by organizing regular interactive activities and motivating sessions, always ready to work for the welfare of the students.
The youth of today are on the fast track to compete with one another to excel in every field. As a flip side to it they are subjected to lot of stress and pressure. Most often these pent up emotions lead to depression or mishandled outbursts. To ease out these bottled up emotions the college has a counseling centre and guidance cell that offers comfort, relief and confidentiality. With an in house counsellor available at all time the students receive personal and professional guidance in every aspect of life.
The institution has a full time Counselor to provide guidance and to help students in their personal problems. The services of the counselor are available to the students.
As mentors, faculty guide mentees in their personal and academic matters, and maintain a record of their academic and personal profile. The mentor directs the mentee to the college counselor for guidance if needed.
Principal Dr. B. S. Yadav
Dr. B. B. Bhosale
Dr. G. D. Deshmukh
Dr. S. K. Bansode
Dr. S. B. Bhingardive
Prof. R. A. Jadhav
“Student Counselling Cell aims to help students to find suitable career option and become self-aware and reach their highest potential while dealing with anxiety and stress”.
1. To provide a happy and comfortable environment for students to discuss their problems regarding their academic and social life.
2. To provide students to explore any skill or path.
3. To provide motivational, psychiatry and therapy sessions.
4. To monitor the students regularity & discipline.
5. To enable the parents to know about the performance & regularity of their wards.
6. To improvement of teacher-student relationship.
7. Counseling students for solving their problems and provide confidence to improve their quality of life.
8. Guiding students to choose right career path for job, higher studies, Entrepreneurship, etc.
The objectives of the practice followed by the Institute are:
1. To provide guidance to the students on various options available in the course of their study.
2. To identifying and developing Students abilities and interests.
3. To help the students to solve their Personal, Educational and Psychological problems.
4. To develop positive attitude and behavior in order to meet challenges.
5. To create awareness among the students for their future Profession.
6. To provide information to the students on the scope and relevance of any area irrespective of their field of interest.
7. To recognize their strength overcome and weaknesses.
Following activities are run by the college during Academic Year 2020-21:
1. Counselling of First year students of B. A., B. Com., B. Sc. B. Sc. (CS) and B. B. A. during Online Admission Process.
2. Induction Lectures for First year students of B. A., B. Com., B. Sc. B. Sc. (CS) and B. B. A. classes.
3. Lecture for Library Awareness Programme for First year students of B. A., B. Com., B. Sc. B. Sc. (CS) and B. B. A. classes.
4. The faculty wise counselling for the students of final year was organized on 30th June, 2020.
5. On 10th July, 2020 campus interviews were organized for Call Centre Kopargaon. 20 students were participated and 14 students were selected.
6. Online session for postgraduate students on the theme of ‘Preparation for Administrative Job’ was organized on 10th October, 2020.
7. Online campus interviews for ICICI Bank were organized on 17th December, 2020. 15 students were participated.
8. On 16th January, 2021campus interviews were organized for ‘Rural Shores Pvt. Ltd.’ Kopargaon. 64 students were appeared and out of them 36 were selected.
9. On 5th June, 2021, online campus interviews were conducted by NIIT for vacancies in ICICI Bank. 19 students were participated and 06 students were selected.
10. Counselling of I, II and III year students of B. A., B. Com., B. Sc. B. Sc. (CS) and B. B. A. Online Examination Form Filling according to CBCS and Extra Credits.
Separate Student Mentoring System is executed by the College for all students.
1. The teacher takes students attendance in every class during the first five minutes and absentees’ information will be posted to head of the department.
2. If a student is absent for more than ten days continuously then HOD calls the parents of a student, enquires the reason and advises them to take care of their ward.
3. Even after informing student’s parents, HOD forwards the details of a student to the Principal for further action.
4. The Mentors prepare the monthly attendance of every student for each section and send the information to the parents of defaulters through proper channel.
5. The Mentors meet the students associated with them once in a every week. A separate mentoring and counselling hour is maintained for each class as part of their time table and the respective faculty meets the students in the said hour.
6. The Parents/Guardians of poor attendee/performance students are called to meet the mentors and corrective and preventive measures are implemented for further improvement.
7. Each mentor maintains the entire student Information, which is examined by the HOD and others concerned when necessary.
8. Periodic meetings are conducted by the Principal with HODs to review the punctuality and regularity of the students.
9. Every student participates in the events conducted in the college or other colleges with the prior permission of the concerned HOD.
10. Disciplinary Committee of the college promptly curbs the indiscipline in the campus.Anti-Ragging Committee monitors the freshers by frequently visiting the sensitive areas within the campus and outside the campus.
Outcomes of the system:
1. The attendance percentage of the students has increased to a greater extent.
2. In course of direct communication between mentor and the student there was a good improvement in the teacher-student relationship.
3. The above effected in attaining a better academic performance.
4. The placement percentage of the students in campus drive has increased to a greater extent.