Mentoring Cell

The basic idea of Mentoring cell is to create a conducive environment for faculty (Mentor) and student (Mentee) relationship. In order to resolve day to day academic problems of the students the following guidelines are followed in our college NDC. The main objective is to motivate the students and develop confidence to take up challenging tasks in their live and help the society in the nation building.

Guidelines for Mentors

  • Each mentor is allotted with a batch of 30- 40 students, as suggested by the principal in consultation with respective Head of the Departments.
  • Mentors should conduct at least two meetings per semester with their mentees.
  • Mentors should take care of menteeā€™s batch for academic interests and support them for improvement.
  • Mentors should encourage students for extracurricular activities within the institute and at university as well as inter-University level.
  • Mentors should interact with parents only in case of extreme situations.
  • Mentors should maintain records of all the meetings held with mentees/ parents.
  • Mentors should update regularly the record in the formats / mentoring form supplied.
  • The record has to be handed over to the new mentor in case mentors are changed.
Sl. No Faculties Role
1. Dr.K. Rajeswari Faculty Coordinator
2. Asst.Prof. Pushpa Faculty In-charge
3. Asst.Prof. Geetha Shree Faculty In-charge
4. Asst.Prof. Navatha.S Faculty In-charge
5. Asst.Prof.Gayathri. B Faculty In-charge