1. Dr. M.Revathi Lec. in Englsih Convener
2. Dr. M.Pankaja Lec. in English Memebr
3. Smt. K.Umamheswari Lec. in Computer Science Memebr
4. G.Mohan I BA Political Science Major Member
6. J.T.Amudha II BSC MPCs Memebr
The Career Counselling and Guidance Cell in the college has been formulated to address the diverse socio-economic challenges and geographic backgrounds of the heterogeneous population of students coming to the College vis-à-vis equity of access and placement opportunities through availability of appropriate institutional support information.
In each College, curricular inputs are important to provide relevant information on courses and combinations. The conventional information system is now to be supplemented with active guidance and information technology. Now it is important to institutionalize this support to enhance the reach and scope of available opportunities for the students and prepare them for the future challenges.
To implement the above, Counselling Services are to be formalized which will enable the students to get over their social institutions, attributed to their socio-economic and cultural diversities and linguistic barriers. The career and counselling cell support to make the students confident to perform better. Counselling thus addresses both the academic and the career concerns and opportunities. Campus based interviews have become a common practice. These could be taken care of through the active liaison of the Career and Counselling Cell with the recruiting agencies and HR personnel of reputed firms.
a) To gather information on job avenues and placements in different institutions and concerns related to the courses that the College offers.
b) To organise seminars and guidance workshops for informing students about the emerging professional trends and events, job profiles, leadership roles, entrepreneurship, market needs and risks and implementation of national socioeconomic policies and to impart training in soft skills.
c) To promote discipline, healthy outlook and positive attitudes towards national integration and removal of narrow provincial preferences and prejudices.
As per the resolutions taken in the meeting it is proposed to conduct/organize (minimum of):
- Two Career Awareness Programmes by expert faculty/trainers for reputed institutions nearby.
- Two counselling sessions by either psychologists or wellness experts
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