Faculty of Law plans to implement mentoring process to help the students joining law program who are tender in age and new to the program and place. Students joining law program will be divided into groups and each group will be mentored by one of the faculty member of the department. All the faculty members will be involved in the process based upon the requirements and for a minimum period of one year.
The process is aimed to help the students to come out of their problems (academic and non-academic) in the absence of their parental guidance, and to streamline the inherent skills and strengthen the students for building up best career and best future. It also helps to fine tune performance of students. It enables the mentor to address performance deficiencies of the students.
Mentoring process is a unique program initiated by the department. It helps the students to get confidence, plan the future and understand the expectations of the University. The process helps the student to identify their skills and deficiencies, learn new skills and abilities, prepare the ground for professional expertise and gain mastery over the work. It involves the students in team building and social interactions. It helps to assess the psychological profile of students and help them achieve attitudinal changes required for today’s dynamic professional life. The faculty in-charge of group conducts relevant psychometric tests and gives feedback on their strengths, weaknesses, aptitude, and behavioral traits and identifies opportunities for improvement of the students.