Montfort College recognises that the personal growth of students is as important as academic excellence and skill development. To this effect we provide services for self-care, guidance and mentoring. From time to time the clinical services of the college will organize sessions on various relevant topics based on availability of trainers.
Participation as a client in individual or group therapy can be both a growth experience for the students and a significant learning aspect of the programme to train mental health professionals. Experience as a client in personal therapy is, therefore, mandatory for the Counselling programme and strongly recommended for the Psychology programme. At Sampurna individual and group therapy is offered by trained therapists.
Personal therapy may, at any time, be mandated by the institute for the student to continue in the programme. The college has enlisted the services of professionals to provide personal therapy to students.
The college placement cell forms a liaison between students and various organizations in the field of mental health. The cell organizes events to provide students with career opportunities. The cell also notifies students regarding various placement opportunities through the notice board and via email.
GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL
The Student Grievance Redressal Cell is established to promote and maintain a conducive and unprejudiced educational environment and to ensure effective solution to student grievances related to academic and administrative issues in an impartial and fair manner. A suggestion box is placed inside the Library for the students to voice their concerns and offer suggestions.
Complaints and suggestions dropped in the ‘Suggestion Box‘ as well as other oral complaints / suggestions are scrutinized by the management and the grievance redressal cell and redressed promptly. Class level grievances are attended by the concerned class teachers or coordinators. Unresolved grievances at the class level are referred to the Grievance Redressal Cell of the institution. Students can drop their complaints in the suggestion box or directly communicate them to the Coordinator / Principal / Director at any time. Depending on the seriousness of the problem, the issues are settled by the Cell or by the Principal / Director in consultation with other members of the management and faculty. The collective efforts of the management, faculty and the Grievance Redressal Cell resolve the complaints promptly and efficiently.
Students can also email their suggestions/grievances to firstname.lastname@example.org
Keeping with the UGC guidelines to Prohibit and Prevent the menace of Ragging, Montfort College has an Anti Ragging Committee. Students and parents can contact this Committee in case of any complaints.
Montfort College asserts that ragging in all its forms is completely banned in this institution at all levels. The institution shall take strict action against any member (officer, staff, or student) found guilty of ragging and/ or abetting ragging as it is committed to living out its vision and values in establishing and maintaining a harmonious and supportive environment conducive to study and personal development.
Ragging is a cognizable offence punishable with imprisonment according to the Government of Karnataka. The Anti-Ragging Cell is established as a measure to develop responsive and accountable attitude among the management to ensure that there is no laxity in dealing with the problem of ragging. The purpose of this cell very specifically is to ensure that staff and students are not subjected to any form of ragging,. The institution recognizes that ragging could become a problem in any academic setup and the cell is established to ensure that victims of any form of ragging have a forum that will work promptly and effectively to re-establishing a safe and harmonious environment.
Contact Nodal Officer in case of any complaints:
Name – Dr. S.V Suryarekha
Mobile No. – 9901336093
Email – email@example.com
CLICK HERE to view the UGC regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.