Department of Counselling
To be a model in building a community of individuals with positive mental health by applying cutting edge Psychological findings.
- To help individuals understand the importance of mental health and hygiene.
- To apply psychological principles in advancing human welfare.
- To help students sort out their strengths from weaknesses and help build on their strengths.
- To be a part in building a Nation of people with a sense of wellbeing.
Individuals who have a meaning and purpose for their lives move from surviving to flourishing. The main goal of counselling is aiding in this change over by helping individuals to focus on their strengths and positive behaviour by making use of literature and research-based treatments. With the intent to address and help resolve emotional and psychological issues of the college community with main focus on students, the Counselling Department came into existence in academic year 2019-2020. Education supports the overall development of a student and counselling plays a significant role in that development.
The Department through the Counselling Cell encourages students to understand themselves and issues that trouble them and guides in helping them to resolve their problems through personal and group counselling. Students are motivated in identify their inner strengths that can be used to deal with their present problems and empowering them to use the same to address future problems. They are helped to understand that meaning for their life and deep satisfaction is worth more than just fleeting happiness. Emphasis is given on maintaining healthy relationships and a healthy lifestyle.
Faculty & Staff
Mr.V R Rajesh
Head of Department
COUNSELLING CLASS SECOND YEAR ECONOMICS
COUNSELLING CLASS -BBA SECOND YEAR
COUNSELLING CLASS THIRD YEAR B Voc AGRICULTURE
COUNSELLING CLASS THIRD YEAR HISTORY
COUNSELLING CLASS -B. Voc Food Science
COUNSELLING CLASS - 2nd B.Voc Agriculture
LIFE SKILL TRAINING
ORIENTATION CLASS FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS
AWARENESS PROGRAM FOR TRIBAL STUDENTS
06-05-2020 to 03-12-2020
24x7 Telecounselling in Association with Department of Mass Communication