Welcome to Counselling Centre

This college was established in 1970, with the inspiration of Dr. Parikh, who was founding Chairman of J.T.S.S.M.P Mandal. He was an Economist and Rector of Bombay University. So the Counseling Centre was opened with the Establishment (2009-10) of the college

Counselling Committee

  1. Prof D.N Pagar Chairman M.A.M.Phil,B.Ed
  2. Prof S.S Khilare Member M.A., SET.,M.Phil.
  3. Prof J.Y. Shaikh Member M.A., B.Ed.,PGCCWSC
  4. Prof.Dr.D.J.Darekar Visiting Member M.A.Ph.D
  5. Prof.Dr. Pritam Bedarkar Visiting Member M.A.Ph.D

The aims and objectives of Department:

  1. To know the psychological characteristics of an individual
  2. To know the adjustment of the student. In various fields of life.
  3. Counselling for career choice & Personality development.
  4. To help the students for career choice & Personality development.
  5. To help the students for resolving their educational, social, emotional and health problems.
  6. To train problem solving skills
  7. To extent in counselling Service to parents, senior citizens
  8. To organize counselling sessions for society (Teachers & Family Member)

Common Problems of the Students

  1. Lack of self-confidence
  2. Problem of concentration
  3. Insincerity
  4. Law level of adjustment
  5. Fear of English
  6. Inferiority feelings/poor self-image
  7. Aggressive behavior
  8. Tendency to postpone
  9. Dependency
  10. Study problem/Lack of understanding
  11. Law interest in study/Anxiety of examination
  12. No Goal setting
  13. Mild depression/ distress
  14. Conflict between student and parents
  15. Hot temper

Methods of Counselling

  1. Ventilation (talkout)
  2. Explanation
  3. Reassurance
  4. Diversion by Physical & Mental Activities
  5. Recreation
  6. Improve the Problem solving skills
  7. Encourage Healthy Defense Mechanisms
  8. Suggestion
  9. Reinforcement
  10. Get support from significant others
  11. Change of Attitude and Life style
  12. Encourage positive Thinking

For Counsellor Skills of Counselling

  1. Accept the person
  2. Confidentiality
  3. Be a good listener
  4. Empathy
  5. Sincerity
  6. Patience
  7. Non Judgmental
  8. Positive and Negative Transference