Mentorship:

Mentorship is a form of teaching that includes walking alongside the students and encouraging them to learn from mentor’s example.

Objectives
  • To support teaching-learning process
  • To achieve overall development of students
 
Mentor
A mentor is a person who acts as a guide and an adviser. He/she is a role model, one that you can learn from, and one who is interested in passing on knowledge, experience, thoughts not to mention in­sights to others as inspiration for personal and vocational growth. A mentor is
A Mentor Offers:
Information
  • Mentors share their knowledge, experiences and wisdom.
Contacts
  • Mentors provide valuable opportunities by facilitating academic, career, and personal contacts.
Challenges
  • Mentors stimulate curiosity and build confidence by presenting new ideas, opportunities and challenges.
Support
  • Mentors encourage growth and achievement by providing an open and supportive environment.
Goal Setting
  • Mentors help the mentees discover talents and interests and define and attain their goals
Advice
  • Mentors guide the mentee in reaching academic, career and perso­nal goals.
Role models
  • By sharing stories of achievement with the mentee, mentors can be­come role models.
Characteristics of Mentoring
  • Mentoring requires a high degree of mutual trust between the mentor and the mentee
  • Effective communication is the key to the mentoring
  • It is a systematic process of building a partnership.
Methodology
  • One mentor: Around 20 students
  • These 20 students are from FY to Final Year B. Pharmacy and M. Pharmacy

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