The Mentoring System was introduced in the year of 2020 to monitor student progression both in curricular and co-curricular activities. Also it aims to help the students in resolving their academic and personal issues.

The mentor acts as a guide, supporter, sounding board and, sometimes, as a role model

MES College Erumely offers a highly-efficient Mentoring system through which a group of 20-30 students are assigned to a faculty member at the commencement of the program. The institute has an integrated mentoring system where the faculty acts as a link between the students and the institution. Mentors meet their students regularly and guide them with their studies and extracurricular activities.

Mrs. Suhana E

Assistant Professor

Dept.of Computer Science

Mrs. Anitha Mathew

Assistant Professor

Dept.of Computer Science

  • Each student in a department are under the supervision of the Head of the department
  • Each batch/class is assigned a class supervisor to support students.
  • Each teacher should be assigned as the mentor of some of the students of all batches/ classes and guide them.
  • Mentors will continue for the same group of students from admission till their graduation

Implementation of Mentoring System

  • Phase I: Appointing mentors from faculty of the parent department by considering student-to-faculty ratio.
  • Phase II: Allotment of students to the mentors.
  • Phase III: Interaction of students with the mentors through which the mentors can identify strengths and weaknesses of the mentees.
  • Phase IV: Periodic meeting of the mentees with the mentors.
  • Phase V: Obtaining feedback from the students at the end of the session.

Acceptance of Mentoring System

  • Maintain personal details of the students including their address, contact numbers, overall academic performance and progress. It will help the mentor to monitor the academic growth of the students.
  • Advice the students regarding the choice of electives, projects, training, etc.
  • Directly or indirectly motivate the students in academic activities.
  • Contact the parents/guardians of the students in case of their academic irregularities or behavioural changes.