The counselling program at CCP works on the principle of Friend – Philosopher – Guide, where every faculty member is appointed as a Class Counsellor for a set of 30 students in the campus. This helps each student to reflect upon and express his personal and unique thoughts, reactions, feelings and sense or system of values in present in him. This necessarily involves an exploration of his feelings, relationships, involvement (or lack thereof) with teachers, his studies, and various activities.
The Guidance aspect of the counselling Department helps students become aware of their academic strengths and weaknesses, find and develop study skills that strengthen weak areas, identify personal strengths and gifts, and formulate some career and education plans.
The Guidance and counselling Department is designed to facilitate that exploration. The counselling Program includes the following services:
- Assistance to each student in his own personal growth and development.
- Academic assessment and guidance.
- Individual and group testing.
- Career exploration.
- Guidance for students conditionally accepted or on academic or disciplinary probation.
Personal counseling to individual students and small groups.