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Student Counselling Services

Sometimes, students need a listening and caring heart from outside of their friends or family circles. To meet this need we have a full time counsellor available on campus.

When you need help

If you feel anything unusual every day and it is persistent kindly talk to a mental health professional

  1. “I’m feeling depressed, lonely and very tense”
  2. “I’ wish that I could relate better and have more social life”
  3. “There is continuous conflict in my studies”
  4. “I’ get very tense over exams and never seem to do myself justice”
  5. “I’ m undecided about my career”
  6. “I’m so unhappy with my family”
  7. “I’ m feel am the trouble maker”

What is Counselling

“Counselling is a series of direct contacts with the individual which aim to offer him/her assistance is changing his/her attitude& behaviour” – Carl Roger

Counselling is …

  1. Client-centred — specific to the needs, issues and circumstances of each individual client.
  2. An interactive, collaborative and respectful process.
  3. Directed towards developing autonomy and self-responsibility in clients.
  4. Considerate of interpersonal situation, social/cultural context, readiness to change.
  5. Asking questions, eliciting information, reviewing options and developing action plans.

Counselling is NOT …

  1. Telling or direction
  2. Giving advice
  3. A conversation
  4. An interrogation
  5. A confession.
  6. Praying

What We Do

At S.H., tutorials are those interactive sessions intended to impart value education to the students. The sessions are to be planned with pre-drafted materials by the tutorial committee. Value education classes go in tandem with the tutorial sessions.

The students are to be engaged either as a single class unit, or wherever possible, as a group of 30 to 35, on a relatively permanent basis, and by one teacher (for a period of one year).

The lessons are to be prepared in advance, revised periodically, and they should be so devised to extend over a period of three years. Teachers concerned have to familiarize the lesson, so that more or less same messages reach the entire group.

All lessons should lead to practical implications for life, and wherever possible to be concluded with personal or collective resolutions, and a prayer. On an average, 2 hours a month should be devoted to tutorial sessions. Besides tutorials, the renewal programmes, personality development sessions, observances of socially significant days, thought for the week, life-orientation programme etc. should also serve as platform for value education.The value orientation imparted through the regular classroom teaching.

One of the core values to be imparted is that of ‘cleanliness as next to godliness’. This is to be ensured by every teacher every time he/she engages a class, that the class room is litter-free. And whenever, a programme is organized, there is a plan for minimizing waste (zero waste) and managing it.

Group Sessions

Human Resources Development at SHC is looked at from four angles

Students

Teaching Staff

Administrative Staff

Community

Primarily, the college is meant for developing human resources for the society through its core functions of teaching-learning, research and extension, with students as the primary focus.

The HRD process starts from the day of admission, through the personal interview encouraging students to think about their future and career, through the induction programmes, initiation ceremony, orientation sessions etc. Later on, with the insistence on their being part of at least one club or fora for a holistic and integrated development, the students are steered to fine-tune their skills. As a policy, students are encouraged to join in three varieties of clubs or fora: a) socially-oriented clubs/fora, b) career-oriented ones and c) talent clubs.

One-To-One Counselling

At S.H., tutorials are those interactive sessions intended to impart value education to the students. The sessions are to be planned with pre-drafted materials by the tutorial committee. Value education classes go in tandem with the tutorial sessions.

The students are to be engaged either as a single class unit, or wherever possible, as a group of 30 to 35, on a relatively permanent basis, and by one teacher (for a period of one year).

Where you will get help in SH

At S.H., tutorials are those interactive sessions intended to impart value education to the students. The sessions are to be planned with pre-drafted materials by the tutorial committee. Value education classes go in tandem with the tutorial sessions.

The students are to be engaged either as a single class unit, or wherever possible, as a group of 30 to 35, on a relatively permanent basis, and by one teacher (for a period of one year).

A-Z ways to a better well being

A– Appreciate- persons and places in and around you.

B– Believe in god

C– Connect –with family, friends, colleagues and neighbour, this will keep you happy and safe.

D– Do your best

E– Eat –Healthy diet will improve your mood and energy

F– Feel nature- Nature can help you to reduce the level of stress, anxiety and depression

G– Give- smallest act can make you and others happier. Goddess of small things. Have at least one GOAL in your life

H– Honest – be honest for yourself

I– I love my self

J– Join a club /forum in the college. It will help you to improve your Knowledge, attitude and skills. Change your mood, confidence, ability to think creatively and clearly. Keep yourself safe

K– Keep yourself safe

L– Learn everything everyday

M– Motivates yourself

N– Not money but life

O– Observe the world, Opportunities

P– Practice makes perfect

Q– Quit your negative thoughts

R– Relax – find time for yourself to relax, Read something daily

S– Sleep- ensure sufficient sleep every day, Smile at your problems

T– Trust you first, keep time always

U– Utilize your resources

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W– Wait for your loved ones

X– ————————-

Y– You are Best

Z– Zoom your Self

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