The D.R.W. college Guidance and Counseling Cell in the campus provides facilities for counseling. Employment oriented publications are available in the reading room of the centre. Classes are given periodically to help students to face the tests and interviews held by the major recruiting agencies. Specially trained teachers are appointed for giving academic counseling to students. One of them will be always available at the guidance and counseling centre. Cell functions as a link between institutions and other work organizations, campus selections and interviews. This career guidance cell would provide counseling to the students without any remuneration charged from them.

  • To provide information and proper reasoning to the youth to have a Career.

  • To develop ability and other skills to market themselves in the global competitive atmosphere.

  • To open the window of opportunities to the students in various disciplines.

  • To have an idea on the changing trends in careers.

  • To have symposiums at intervals on academic related issues and have interaction of students with experts.

  • To conduct orientation, lectures by experts at regular periods.

  • To organize seminars and paper presentations for students on various scientific, economic, political, and social issues.

It aims at building up better student community by maintaining discipline and order among students. Internet facility is made available to the students counselors are made available to the students outside the college hours also.

  • Special professional coaching for PG classes.

  • Guest Faculty for value addition to classroom studies.

  • Interaction with subject experts and teaching is arranged from other colleges.

  • Special focus and Opportunity for non science subjects like commerce and Humanities.

  • Library for the benefit of students taking entrance tests.

  • Special study counseling and career counseling by experts, senior faculty members.

  • Talks by resource persons from various fields.

  • Personality development workshops

  • Conducting examinations in Aptitude and soft skills

  • Motivating students to participate seminars, workshops, symposiums and conferences

  • To organize seminars and paper presentations for students on various scientific, economic, political, and social issues.

S.No Nature of Guidance No. of students Guided

1

HIGHER EDUCATION 45

2

ENTERPRENEURS 50

3

DISTANCE EDUCATION 20

4

MINOR PROJECT DEVELOPMENT 95

5

MAJOR PROJECT DEVELOPMENT 45

6

TO ATTEND WORKSHOPS 60

7

TO ATTEND SEMINARS 65

8

PREPARING FOR CAMPUS INTERVIEWS 115

9

SYMPOSIUMS 40