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SAINTGITS runs a counselling centre to nourish mental health of its students. The goals and core values of the Institution aim at empowering the needy and the underprivileged of our society. A welfare officer is available for day to day moral and emotional support of the student. The centre supports the students in moulding their character with self-confidence. Counsellors de-stress the students by listening to their problems and suggest simple solutions. They strive to relieve the students and help to make the learning process interesting.

Counsellors are very supportive in guiding the students. The candidates at times come face to face with certain social issues or problems which tend to cause inferiority complex in them. The mentoring team makes sure that no such deterioration happens with the psychosocial understanding of the students.

They are counselled to become better human beings and advised to stand tall for the social cause. Special attention is given to drop out and failed students. Male and female students are free to register for consultations through their class advisors during the working hours. Counselling is provided both at college and hostels

Student Welfare Officer & Counsellor: Ms Babalu Sara Koshy (MSW, M.Sc. Psychology)

Visiting Professional Counsellor: Rev. Dr.T.J.Thomas B.A, B.D, D.Min (Counselling)

Once the student gets admitted into the four year B.Tech programme, he/she starts her learning process through faculty members who are their real mentors. In each class 20 students are allotted to each faculty member who functions as a group counselor for them. The faculty counselor is to monitor the regularity of the student in attendance and his/her performance in academics. Moreover the faculty counselor is expected to offer counseling in human values and core principles of success to the students attached to him/her. The college has a student welfare officer who is in charge of college level counseling facility and a professional counselor, Rev.Fr.Dr T J Thomas, visiting the campus every Tuesday who will attend the students identified by the faculty counselor/welfare officer.

You will be supplied with the necessary information about confidentiality during your first appointment. Your counselor will review this with you, answering any questions you may have. This will be within the parameters of the university rules and regulations.

The first level of counseling done by the faculty member in charge.

Students identified by faculty member in charge are forwarded to the student welfare officer for expert counseling. Also students themselves can volunteer for the counseling process Guest counselor ,Rev.Fr.Dr. T J Thomas, an eminent counselor from Nakada Mental Hospital, Tiruvalla. General counseling is done on a regular basis; whenever there is any need a special counseling is conducted by the guest counselor. Records are maintained by the welfare officer/ respective teacher counselors. The students especially the girls are given talks and seminars on Laws related to “Protection of women against Domestic violence”. These sessions are handled by eminent personalities from Kerala Legal Services Authority. Women cell functions within the college which always renders a helping hand in overcoming the problems related to girls

Student Welfare Officer & Counsellor: Ms Babalu Sara Koshy (MSW, M.Sc. Psychology)

Visiting Professional Counsellor: Rev. Dr.T.J.Thomas B.A, B.D, D.Min (Counselling)

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