We serve as a compassionate confidante with whom you can discuss your concerns that may be impacting your overall well-being.  Every department has a student counsellor assigned to ensure the academic and personal well- being of all the students .Our service is intended to provide free counselling sessions to help you manage a range of personal, emotional and psychological concerns. Some of the services are:

Individual counselling
Individual counselling with one of our trained psychologists is available for students to discuss in private any concerns which may be impacting on academic performance or general health and well-being.
Induction Counselling
It is an interactive session in which newly joined students are oriented about the counselling services available in the campus and encourage them to make the maximum utilisation of the service.
Academic Counselling

After every CIE and Semester Examination, mentors refer students who have not performed well in their examinations. We identify the reason for poor academic performance and guide them accordingly to help them overcome the issues efficiently.  We also meet students who are irregular for classes and encourage them to attend classes regularly.

Parent Meetings

When required we meet the parents for additional information about the student and also to guide the parent to provide support to the student.

Interactive Sessions & Awareness Programmes

In order to equip students with better skills for adaptive and positive behaviour, class sessions, seminars and awareness programmes are organised on topics like Adjustment to College Life, Anger Management, Managing Stress, Time Management, Mindfulness etc.

Meet the Staff

A professional team of mental health specialists is always there to support you.

Note to parents

Developmentally, College represents an important transition between childhood and adulthood with young people expected, and expecting, to take far more responsibility for all aspects of their lives. Some embrace this challenge, others find it hard. The most important ways in which you can support your child is to encourage them to make use of the help available to them here. But be careful not to push too hard. Counselling (or other help) will be more effective if the student has chosen it for themselves .The Counselling Centre may be contacted by parents who are aware that their child is struggling at college and are unsure how best to help them. It can be especially worrying when your child is not very communicative about their difficulties and / or appears resistant to getting help. Some signs you should watch out for:

  • Noticeable decline in class attendance and grades
  • Extreme mood swings
  • Marked changes in sleep pattern
  • Severe changes in eating and/or drinking habits
  • Evident emotional signs: fearful, sad, depressed or anxious
  • Irritability, physical restlessness
  • Substance abuse
  • Experiencing serious stress in personal life
Support for students with mental health issues

For students who are diagnosed with Mental Health Disorder support will be provided by the Counsellors along with the Class teacher, Mentor, HOD and Dean.  Regular support for students with severe and enduring mental health problems will be provided so that they can function well at college and achieve their full academic potential.