 Objectives:
 Building a student community that will work as a catalyst for positive change in society and towards a united world with diversity.
 Fostering holistic development of students
 Having a student support system in place.
 The Context
 With the mentoring system, there is scope for a healthy teacher-student interaction that ensures mutual respect and trust. Teachers can identify the strengths and weaknesses of their mentees- academic as well as personal. This creates room for personal counselling and guidance.
 The Practice
 Teachers are given special training in mentoring.
 20-25 students are allotted to each UG teacher as mentees for three years. The mentee information sheet include academic, co-curricular, personal and family details of the students.
 The mentor meets his/her mentees regularly and points out strengths and areas for improvement in each student. The students are guided in setting long-term career goals and short-term learning objectives to improve their overall performance.
 Mentor Teacher- Parent Meetings along with the ward ensures the extra input required to guide the mentees.
 Evidence of Success
 The overall performance, discipline, attendance percentage and attitude of the students has improved.
 Highly appreciated by the parents who have seen marked improvements in their wards.
 Identification and aiding of economically weak students is achieved.
II. Title: Human Values and Life Skills development education for healthy social integration.
 Objectives:
 To inculcate ethical, moral, social and environmental values.
 Develop and nurture positivity.
 Understand issues concerning sexuality and gender.
 Self-management at interpersonal and societal levels.
 The context
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Lack of values such as harmony, peace and compassion is perceived in the current social and political context. So it is imperative to reinforce human values and life skills to equip students to face and counter deterioration of values in society.
 The Practice
 Inter religious prayer services mark the beginning of every academic year. Value Education through Life Skills course
 Students make presentation on topics of current relevance.
 Celebrate national festivals to foster patriotism and International students Day for Social Integration.
 IQAC conducted a Human Values Development Programme (HVDP) for Faculty of Christian Colleges in India on 17th and18th of Feb, 2017.
 Evidence of success
 Development of a sense of equality in a conflict free campus. Healthier interpersonal relationship with respect for the other gender .
 Creating a welcoming atmosphere for freshers wherein instances of ragging are almost absent. Sense of universal brotherhood and religious harmony.
 Reinforce the willingness to accept social responsibilities and participate in voluntary services.