Electrical & Electronics

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Student Mentoring

Engineering education is an adventurous exciting journey culminating in a successful B.TECH. degree. Often in the course of this journey, some students do require a helping and guiding hand to successfully graduate as a competent engineer with proper moral and ethical values. In EEE department, each faculty is a mentor to a group of students, throughout the completion of their course, thus enabling the mentor to give as much support as possible the needy students.

Responsibilities: The mentor will perform the following functions. A mentor can always do more for the benefit of the students.

  1. Meet the group of students frequently.
  2. Continuously monitor, counsel, guide and motivate the students in all academic matters.
  3. Advise students regarding choice of electives, project, summer training etc.
  4. Contact parents/guardians if situation demands e.g. academic irregularities, negative behavioral changes and interpersonal relations, detrimental activities etc.
  5. Advise students in their career development/professional guidance.
  6. Maintain a brief but clear record of all discussions with students.

Types of Mentoring done are:

  • Professional Guidance – regarding professional goals, selection of career, higher education.
  • Career advancement – regarding self-employment opportunities, entrepreneurship development, morale, honesty and integrity required for career growth.
  • Course work specific – regarding attendance and performance in present semester and overall performance in the previous semester.
Call Now Button