Advising and Counselling
The Career Advising and Counselling department aims to assist students in identifying and fulfilling their true potential. The department also aims to ultimately, through its programmes increase student’s retention and to fully equip the students for the global labour market.
The College is served by two Guidance Counsellors and a Chaplain, who offer individual and group counseling services. The Counselling Programme is aimed at promoting the social, emotional, and general well being of students. A Peer Counselling Programme trains students in offering support to their colleagues. The Guidance Counsellors also conduct Personal Development Seminars for first year students.
- To respond to crisis situation which may affect the student’s academic progress
- To promote the social, emotional and general wellbeing of students
- To develop and implement counselling programmes, which will provide a climate in which students may derive maximum benefit from the larger college programmes.