MCC to host the Under 25 Summit on the 23rd July 2019 , 12.30 pm onwards | Artha - The Economics Association Presents "UNION BUDGET ANALYSIS 2019" on 23rd July 2019 at 11.30 AM | UG Admissions are CLOSED | PG Admissions for selected combinations are OPEN | Registrations open for Karnataka Biotechnology Aptitude Test (K-BAT) a 1 year PG Diploma Course under BiSEP (Biotechnology Skill Enhancement Program) | Admissions OPEN for M.Sc. Computer Science (Data Science Specialization) | Admissions open for MCA Regular - 1st year MCA / Lateral Entry - 2nd year MCA for Academic Year 2019 - 2020 | Admissions are OPEN for Evening Diploma and PG Diploma programmes for the year 2019-20 | Admissions OPEN for M.Sc. Electronics for the Academic Year 2019-20 | Admissions OPEN for M.Sc. Nanoscience & Technology for the Academic Year 2019-20 | Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Auditing | International Twinning Programme In M.Sc. Tourism Management | PG Certificate Course : "FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHODYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY" | Degree in Analytics - UGC Sponsored | Four Year Integrated B.A. B.Ed. & B.Sc. B.Ed. | Diploma in Fashion Designing, Cosmetology and Event Management |

PERSONAL COUNSELLING

The Counselling cell was set up in 1990 to help the students to overcome emotional stress and trauma and discover themselves, The college has three counsellors which ensures that one or more of them is available on all working days.

Objectives

  1. To enable students with emotional problems to recharge themselves.
  2. To facilitate students to get clarity in their thoughts and make positive choices in the given situation.
  3. To facilitate self discovery.

In a counselling session the student feels accepted and this helps her to open up her feelings, which are listened to by the counsellor. In the process, the student begins to get clarity in her thoughts and is able to know herself and make positive choices in her given situation.

The counselling cell is involved in value education classes and also runs credit courses in life skills. Through this process, much has been achieved. Students have empowered themselves to overcome problems like low self-esteem, loneliness, fear among many others. There have been cases of suicidal tendencies that have been overcome. Counsellors also help students access more specialised help if so required.

Counsellors Contact Details:

Ms. Arathi Bansy – 9980589350

Ms. Kaavya Chandy – 7760643068

MOC block – Ground Floor and First floor

Cul Week - Coffee Painting

Cul Week - Poster Making

Cul Week - Solo Dance IDA

Cul Week - DJ

Cul Week - Western Acoustics

Cul Week - Hype your Groove SDA

Cul Week - Jam

150th Birth Anniversary
Celebration of Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhiji on Canvas

Street Play

Gandhiji on Canvas

NAAC Peer Team

Fresher's Day - DJ

Fresher's Day - Maskarada

Fresher's Day - Minute to win it

Fresher's Day - Masks Up-Artha

Fresher's Day - Minute to win it

Fresher's Day - Chasse D'or

Fresher's Day - Big Pop Quiz

Fresher's Day - Zootangle

Investiture 2019

Student Union
2019-2020

Kannada Sangha

Indian Dance Association

International Yoga Day 2019

Chief Guest - Ms. Gayathri Vasudevan

Indian Dance Association

Street Dance Association

Western Dance Association

Inauguration of Mother Teresa of St.Rose of Lima Block

Pariksha Ke Charcha 2.0

Republic Day Celebrations

Republic Day Celebrations

Republic Day Celebrations

National Unity Day

'Swachhata Hi Seva'

150th Birth Anniversary
Celebration of Mahatma Gandhi

Carmelites participate
in the PLOG RUN

The Official Launch
of Mobile App

Sadbhavana Pledge

72nd Independence Day

72nd Independence Day

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