STUDENT COUNCELING CENTRE
In a fastly growing and competent society students face numerous challenges, anxiety, stress, fears and academic worries. In such situation parents, teachers and counselor and educational institutions need to make joint efforts to make them well adjusted in the society.
We are pleased to inform that Guru Nanak College of Education, Punjabi Bagh, Delhi has formed a Students Counseling Centre for addressing the common problems and challenges faced by the students during their academic and personal life. The members of the Students Counseling Centre are:
Ms. Fozia Roohi (Teacher Counselor, Students Counseling Centre, GNCE)
Ms. Neelima Dhingra (Teacher Counselor, Students Counseling Centre, GNCE)
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma (Teacher Counselor, Students Counseling Centre, GNCE)
Mrs. Deepti Talwar (Teacher Counselor, Students Counseling Centre, GNCE)
Mrs. Jyoti Cheema (Psychologist, Guru Nanak Public School, Rajouri Garden, Delhi)
Mrs. Bhupinder Kaur (Psychologist, Guru Harkrishan Public School, Punjabi Bagh, Delhi)
Mrs.and Mr.Rajeev Malhotra (Parent Representative, Students Counseling Centre, GNCE)
All Students in the horizon of GNCE are welcome to share their views, doubts and curiosities with these members of the centre.
ROLE OF STUDENTS COUNSELING CENTRE
Students Counseling Centre established by Guru Nanak College of Education is a joint effort of Counselors, Teachers, Parents and Students for holistic development of one’s personality.
Aim: The aim of Centre is to cater emotional, intellectual, occupational and personal needs and to guide them to move up in their career at a regular interval of time. The rationale behind this endeavor is to create well adjusted and progressive personality.
Responsibilities to be borne by the Centre: The Centre is a team of professionals, experts and parent representatives responsible for a wide range of responsibilities:
Direct interaction with the students on a routine basis
Helping them to solve problems and guide them in a positive direction
Helping to resolve issues related to their academic, occupational, emotional and personal needs
Suggesting stress and conflict management strategies
Involves family and educational institution to bridge the formal and communicative gaps