First Best Practice:
Title of the Practice:- Mentor-Mentee Group
2. Objectives of the
Practice: - The objective of the scheme to encourage the students to
discuss their problems with the teacher and
escape from suffering in the college by any
3. The Context: - A Mentor is a person who has
professional and life experience and who
Voluntarily agrees to help a Mentee
develop skills, competencies or goals. Put another
way, a Mentor is an Advisor and Role Model
who is willing to invest in the mentee's
personal growth and professional
4. The Practice: - When a student takes admission
in the college, he does not know anything
about the culture of the college. He/she
faces problems during the working hours of
college. So college has appointed a Mentor
Teacher every 20 to 30 students per group.
The students are called mentees. A Special Lecture
is allotted in the Time table for the
Mentor Class. He/She co-ordinates at 11:00
AM on every 2nd and 4th Saturday of every
month with the students. The students share
the problem with the Mentor.
Mentor try every possible way to solve the
problems and share his/her thinking and
experiences with the mentees which helps
them to tackle the problems. After the
satisfaction of the student, he/she takes
another problem. Sometimes a mentor chooses a
topic on social awareness and discusses
5. Evidence of Success: - The students wander in the
campus with full confidence. They
perform their social responsibilities. They
do not hesitate while facing any problem and tell
to their mentor. The environment of the
college campus is friendly.
6. Problems Encountered and
Resources Required: - Sometimes student hesitates to share his/her problem in
front of many students. He cannot express his feeling with his/her mentor and
this thing restricts him/her to solve the problem. Being a mentor, he/she faces
one of these challenges when dealing with his mentee:
- Assessing Mentee's background
(knowledge and skills).
- Identifying Mentee's
- Dealing with Mentee's
inexperience (knowledge and skills).
- Addressing Mentee's
- Financial help to Mentees.
- Building Mentee's confidence
- Deciding on the best solution
to a given mentoring challenge.
- Setting limits and boundaries
for the mentor/mentee relationship.
Second Best Practice:-
1. Title of the Practice: -
Awareness for their rights and opportunities in the various Government sector
and private sector as well.
motivation for Higher Education.
Health Awareness Programme.
of Employment skills.
of Women Specific Issues through Women Teachers/ Mentors.
of social status and lifestyle of girl students.
Camps and Awareness programs for Personal Hygiene and Seasonal Disease.
The Context: -
As the college is established
in rural areas and the people of villages are not much interested in the higher
education of the girls. The reason behind this is the illiteracy, financial
background, and transport facilities and other problems like eve-teasing and
other personal problems. To overcome these problems, the Women Cell and Faculty
Members Aware peoples about the education of the girls and to clear their
doubts with the help of NSS. The NSS Volunteer accompanied by a Teacher goes
door to door and communicates with the people. Besides this Faculty Members
also motivated the students in the Schools of the nearby Villages.
was established for women in starting but it was converted as co-education due
to the lack of higher education institutions in this region. Now the college is
promoting women empowerment scheme and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Project through
various cells and committees. Women cell in the college is working actively for
women's awareness and betterment of their lifestyle.
cell organizing workshops & programs for women employment opportunities and
their career- making.
anti-ragging committee is promoting education awareness and rights.
literacy cells are promoting gender equality and woman's legal rights and also
provide information about their fundamental rights which are provided by the
Constitution of India. For this Legal Experts are invited to the college for
Lecture every year.
- Dept. of
Physical Education has increased girl’s participation in sports events.
- Women's self-defense training,
vocational skills Development programs and women
- Health campus are organized by the
college in the field of women empowerment.
Evidence of Practices
Women cell has organized
various programs & workshops for empowering of girl’s students in the college:
- Girls skills
development programs ----- 08-10-2018 to 23-10-2018
- One month
self-defence training ------ 20-09-2018 to 20-10-2018 and 10-01-2019- to 09-02-2019
lecture on women empowerment and career for girls in the Indian army on
- Rally on
safety and empowerment 24-08-2018.
- Dept. of
Physical Education is motivating to girls for sports participation.
- Kafi student
of B.A 2nd Roll. No. 1415120075 Participated in annual Athletic meet at G.J.U.
Hisar and got Ist position in Hummer throw event.
Dept. has increased female participation in the talent-search competition and
cultural program Sargam.
cells organized a workshop to promote girl’s students for competition and
- Workshop on
Banking examination 31-1-2019 to 7-2-2019
- Workshop on
career counseling & personality development 20-2-2019 to 21-2-2019
- 79 girl’s
students have joined P.G. Courses in K.U.K, M.D.U, CRSU, CBLU, IGU, GTU, LPU,Etc.
This is a result of motivation for higher education under the scheme of women
empowerment 2 Beti Bacho Beti Padhao project.
- Women cell
organized fashion designing, beautician training and soft toys making programs
to develop skills among women girl’s students.
is doing its best to empower the women and to improve their participation in the
social and cultural contexts.
Problems Encountered and
Resources Required : -
- Due to the
rural environment lack of awareness among parents and girl’s students.
issues during the study period.
and domestic burden on girl’s students.
Awareness regarding women Empowerment.