The Mentor-Ward system, introduced in 2014, has proved to be a very successful method that helps the students cope with their problems, as well as develop a bond with their college. All students are split up in small, mixed groups of 7-8 members, and assigned to a teacher-mentor who interacts with them at a close personal level. The mentor-mentee group meets at least once a month for an hour in a specific slot allotted in the time table; though the teacher-mentor is always available for individual meetings during college hours and beyond. This helps her monitor their academic and co-curricular performances, as well as mentor and support them throughout their stay in the College. The teacher-mentor also acts as a counsellor to her wards.


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