Students Mentoring Programme
Prof. R. A. Jadhav
Mentoring is a system of semi-structured guidance whereby one person shares knowledge, skills and experience to assist others to progress in their lives and careers. Mentors need to be readily accessible and prepared to offer help as the need arises - within agreed bounds.
Mentoring is more than ‘giving advice’, or passing on what your experience was in a particular area or situation. It is about motivating and empowering the other person to identify their issues and goals, and helping them to find ways of resolving or reaching them - not by doing it for them, or expecting them to ‘do it the way I did it’, but by understanding and respecting different ways of working.
According to David Clutterbuck, ‘Mentoring involves primarily listening with empathy, sharing experience, professional friendship, developing insight through reflection, being a sounding board, encouraging’.
According to Jacobi, “Mentoring is a one to one helping relationship or nurturing process.”
Considering all these things college run the student mentoring programme to provide support in terms of academic, social, career, mental, personal problems etc. This programme objectives is providing, a reliable and comprehensive support system, to motivate students to excel in both academic and non-academic fields and to make the most of their life at the college.
Objectives of the Programme
For College Students or Mentees:
1. To receive academic help
2. To learn study skills
3. To improve social skills
4. To solve problems with the help of mentor
5. To discover new options and opportunities
6. To set goals for the future
For College Mentors:
1. To increase job and personal satisfaction - the rewards of seeing someone you have helped to be developed and successful.
2. To develop patience, insight, and understanding
3. To learn lessons in citizenship through work with the community
4. To experience a cultural, social, or economic background different from their own
5. To improve leadership and communication skills
6. To gain experience for future careers in public service, social work, teaching, and more
1. To develop successful and responsible citizens
2. To turn potential college dropouts into potential educated alumni.
3. To build better citizens through responsibility and service
4. To support cross-cultural learning
5. To retain students by providing meaningful involvement
Administration of the Students Mentoring Programme
This programme is administered under the guidance of IQAC. Coordinator has appointed by the IQAC. Faculty Coordinators has been appointed to execute programme at faculty level. Mentors from faculty members has been appointed by the faculty Coordinator to provide mentorship to the Mentee.
Annual Report 2017-18