The core mission of Jesuit Education is to create a healthy, creative and vibrant ambience where every learner gets an opportunity to develop his/her personality holistically - thinking (head), emotional (heart) and kinaesthetic (hand) skills. Mentoring system draws its inspiration from Ignatian pedagogy, Cura personalis-learner’s accompaniment to realise his/her aspirations and "care for the entire person." The College makes all necessary arrangements to make mentoring process enriching, empowering and joyful experience. Mentoring at our institution is organized with intent to foster professional relationship in which an experienced person (Mentor/Teacher) assists a less experienced person (Mentee/Student) in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance his/her professional and personal development. The mentoring relationship is built on mutual trust, respect, and communication, and involves both parties meeting regularly to exchange ideas, discuss progress and set goals for further development. A mentor does not need to know or to provide all the answers; instead the mentor encourages the mentee to use his/her available resources to excel solutions.
The objectives of mentoring are to:
• Create a conducive learning environment
• Help in achieving the institutional motto, vision, mission and objectives
• Foster healthy relationship/collaboration between all the stakeholders
• Understand the learners profile, ability and needs for extending appropriate support and
• Inspire and facilitate mentees to realise their academic, career and personal aspirations
Programs organised during the AY 2019-2020: IQAC organized one-day mentoring sessions along with Counselling department on Friday 29 August, 2019 with the intent of mentoring all mentees by the respective mentors on building academic excellence and balancing social-professional-educational-personal life. Parents were also invited to attend sessions for better understanding of their wards academic and non-academic outcomes. Over 40 faculty members, 12 resource persons, 1000 students and 300 parents actively participating in this event. Mentoring process during the AY 2019-2020 ensured that all the mentees are engaged in all academic and non-academic activities to realise their aspirations. IQAC organized one-day mentoring sessions along with Counselling and placement cell inviting various corporate executives and trainers to unravel the career pathways to students on Friday 29 August, 2019.
Mentoring Day was organised by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) on Friday, 29th August, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm for undergraduate students. The chief purpose of the programme was to encourage interaction between the mentor and mentee. It also included a Career Development Programme that aimed at enhancing student capacity building. Both programmes hoped to encourage students to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and to provide guidance in academic and non-academic challenges.
The following process was adopted for implementation:
• Two sessions of faculty orientation to following mentors was organised to provide steps
to be followed while mentoring process
• Distribution of comprehensive mentoring hand book for recording students details for
their entire stay in the college, Mentors were also equipped with an Attendance sheet,
Academic performance details, Student guidelines and Mentoring schedule
• Faculty orientation programmes were held to explain the process of mentoring to mentors.
These sessions also provided a description of the mentoring process.
Outcome: The mentoring programme was well received by faculty, students and parents. It involved over eight hundred students and thirty three faculty members. Students. Parents and mentors actively participated in the programme.
MOM OF MENTORING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM HELD ON 26/08/2019
Class Teachers-Mentors 2019
Mentees Appointment Schedule
Mentoring Handbook edited
MENTORS DAY POSTER
Undertaking form SJEC 2019
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