Mentor acts as a bridge between the students and the university. They monitor their academic as well as personal growth. In academic progress, the mentor looks after their attendance, discipline, assignments, examination, class notes etc. For personal growth, a mentor empathizes with the students. They assess the causes of their personal problems and try to cater their needs as and when required and wherever possible. The concerned teacher mentor gives students a platform to take some responsibility of themselves and their classmates and assign a few students as the ‘Class Representative’ and ‘Peer Mentors’.
In this regard, the concerned Mentor selects two students for Class Representatives of the particular class who in turn take the responsibility of the class. They act as a bridge between the students and the mentor. They are responsible for any academic and nonacademic activities of all the students of their respective classes. Besides this they are not only responsible for maintaining discipline inside the class but they are also responsible for informing students about various notices, class timings etc. They meet the mentor on daily basis, discuss about any issues related to the class and immediately get a solution for the same. The mentors keep a regular check of the class activity on daily basis through the Class Representatives.
Peer Mentors take charge of a group of students and are responsible for helping other students of the class in studies, notes and other academic problems. Students who have a sound academic background are elected as peer mentors.
This inculcates leadership and team building in the students. At the initial level, the students are being briefed about all the rules and regulations of the college. Discipline is another important factor where students learn and practice punctuality, sincerity, regularity and hard work. We focus on building up the personalities of each and every student through our mentorship program.
Teacher Mentors deals with the problems and gives the solution related to social, psychological, emotional and academic issues of the students wherever possible. The students always feel free to discuss their concern with their mentor. The teacher mentor always encourages the students to express their grievances / problems freely and frankly, without any fear.
CLASS COUNSELLOR with CLASS REPRESENATIVE LIST 2020
|S. NO.||COURSES||BRANCH/SEM||CLASS COUNSELLOR||CLASS REPRESENATIVE|
|1||B.Tech.||CSE- II Sem||MR RAKESH KAUSHIK||Vivek kumar|
|2||B.Tech.||CE-II Sem||MR RAKESH KAUSHIK||Abhinav Kumar|
|3||B.Tech.||ME -II Sem||MS MONIKA GAUR||Tarun|
|4||Diploma||ME -I yr||MR DD MISHRA||Pawan|
|5||Diploma||CE -I yr||MR NEERAJ KUMAR||Abhay Verma|
|6||Diploma||ME-IV sem||MR KAILASH||Pawan, Dharmender|
|7||Diploma||ME-VI sem||MR LOKESH||Aman Sharma, Robin|
|8||Diploma||CE-IV sem||MS PUSHPA||Asfaque Kamar|
|9||Diploma||CE-VI sem||MR GAURAV SOROUT||Ritesh Ranjan|
|10||B.Tech.||ECE-VI sem||MR MANISH||Sajal|
|11||B.Tech.||ECE-IV sem||MR MANISH||Sonam|
|12||B.Tech.||CE-VI sem||MS BABLI||Nabalkishor|
|13||B.Tech.||CE-IV sem||MR RAHUL||Julie|
|14||B.Tech.||CSE-VI sem||MS AMITA PATHANIA||Ankita,Mansi|
|15||B.Tech.||CSE-IV sem||MS SHIVANI GARG||Abhi, Mohit, Kishan, Kritika|
|16||B.Tech.||ME-VI sem||MR DVS CHAUHAN||Ansh|
|17||B.Tech.||ME-VI sem||MR R N YADAV||Yogesh Kumar, Banwari|
|18||MBA||IV sem||MR MAHENDER & MS RISHIKA||Shikha Rani|
|19||MBA||II sem||MS PRIYA||Vijay, Komal|
|20||BBA||VI sem||MS SEEMA GARG||Vipin|
|21||BBA||IV sem||MS SEEMA GARG||Kashish|
|22||BBA||II sem||MS SEEMA GARG||Shivani, Mohit|