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Faculty at MVJCE
Robust Mentoring System

Faculty members at MVJCE are integral to a robust mentoring system where each faculty member oversees and mentors the progress and development of 20 students throughout their tenure at the institute.

Through this system, faculty members provide personalized guidance and support to students, ensuring their academic and personal growth are nurtured effectively.

The mentoring system facilitates a continuous feedback loop for students, offering insights into their academic performance, strengths, and areas for improvement.

Parents also benefit from this system as they receive regular updates and feedback on their child’s progress, fostering transparency and collaboration between the institute and parents.

Faculty members go beyond academic guidance to support students in their overall development, including career guidance, extracurricular activities, and personal well-being.

Faculty members serve as a readily accessible support system for students, offering guidance and assistance whenever needed, both inside and outside the classroom.

Faculty members monitor the progress of their assigned students closely, identifying any challenges or obstacles they may face and providing necessary interventions or support.

Through mentorship, faculty members inspire students to strive for excellence in their academic pursuits and beyond, encouraging them to reach their full potential.

The mentoring system fosters strong bonds between faculty members and students, creating a supportive and nurturing learning environment where students feel valued and understood.

Ultimately, the faculty’s dedication to mentoring contributes significantly to the success and well-being of students, empowering them to excel academically, professionally, and personally.

For queries or any clarification, you may write to hrm@mvjce.edu.in

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– Florenece Nightingale

Florence Nightingale, OM, RRC (1820 – 1910) was a celebrated English nurse, writer and statistician.

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