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Academic Counseling Board (ACB)

Academic Counseling Board is constituted by the Dean Academics. This board shall comprise of the Chairman, Convener, Principal/Director, HODand Professor/Associate Professor. A student will be put under Academic Counseling Board in the following circumstances:

    1. Has CGPA of less than 6.00.
    2. Has 'F' grade or ‘Detained’ in multiple courses.

The first level of Counseling such students will be done by the Mentor of the student and the HoD followed by the ACB and the list of students who have to undergo the ACB counseling be forwarded by the HoD to the Office of Dean Academics.

The students undergoing the Academic Counseling Board process may be allowed to register only for a few courses based on the recommendation of Academic Counseling Board.

The Central “Academic Council Board” of KLEF (Deemed to be University) be constituted with the following faculty members/functionaries for the Academic Year 2020- 2021.

SNo. Name of the Member Designation Role in the Board
1 Dr. N Venkat Ram Pro. VC & Dean (Academics) Chairman
2 Dr. A Jagadeesh Incharge Registrar, CCO, Director (FED) Member
3 Dr. A Srinath Dean (Skill Development & Student Progression) Member
4 Dr. Ch. Hanumanta Rao Dean - Student Affairs Member
5 Dr. M Kishore Babu Dean - MHS Member
6 Dr. T K Ramakrisna Rao Principal (College of Engineering) Member
7 Dr. K  Subrahmanyam Principal (CoS) Member
8 Dr. Fazal Noorbasha Associate Dean - Counseling (Academics) Member
9 Dr. M Sivaganga Prasad FED Coordinator Member
10 Dr. Siva Sankar Mandal Psychologist, Value Education Cell Member

(i) SWEAR Analysis:

SWEAR analysis should be done for every student in such a way it identifies their interests, pre-existing knowledge, aspects to improve etc. based on their career choice. SWEAR analysis process is taken by Associate Dean (Career Counseling).

(ii) Mentor Mentee Scheme:

The HOD will allot 15 Students once admitted into a program to a Faculty with allocation priority commencing from professors and onwards. The faculty concerned will be called Mentor.
The program is designed to assist students in developing their character, academic and professional skills and social responsibilities. Protégés play an important role in this process by seeking the following:

    1. Encouragement and support in striving for academic and professional excellence;
    2. The development of knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for successful completion of his/her academic goals;
    3. Encouragement to develop supportive relationships with peers, faculty and staff personnel;
    4. Establishing a positive “one-on-one” relationship to promote and enhance protégé self-confidence;
    5. Development of their leadership skills which will enhance the potential to become a “true professional”;
    6. Identification of appropriate professional resources with assistance from mentor;
    7. Encouragement from the mentor in formulating plans, goals, and strategies for professional and personal development;
    8. Guidance in learning how to acquire the skills of successful networking in today’s society.

(iii) Various modes of Counceling:

    1. Academic Counseling
    2. Career Counseling
    3. Personal Counseling

Effective academic counseling, career counseling, and personalcounseling foster student success and are an integral part of the institutional environment. Academic counseling provides students with clear pathways for successful and timely completion of their academic goals, through either degree or certificate programs at two-year colleges or transfer to four-year colleges or universities. Career counseling provides information about a wide variety of employment opportunities available in chemistry-based careers. Personal counseling leads to successful completion of educational and career goals with good moral and ethics.
Mentors, Advisers, counselors, and faculty members should help students (UG and PG) develop educational goals and guide their professional development via networking opportunities, confidence building, and career planning. A strong collaboration among faculty, counselors, and advisers at the institution and their students and parents should be fostered and sustained in order to increase students’ successful graduation, transfer, job placement, and achievement of career goals. The following are the various parameters that are taken into consideration in the respective counseling process.

Academic Counseling:

    1. Attendance
    2. In Semester Formative Evaluation Marks
    3. In Semester Summative Evaluation Marks
    4. End Semester Summative Evaluation Marks
    5. Term paper and Projects
    6. Sending Attendance & Marks information to Parents
    7. Syllabus coverage and modifications
    8. Resources – Lab, Library, Class Rooms etc.
    9. Backlogs – Details and Advice
    10. Industry Visits
    11. Industry/Education Institutes Resource Persons Lectures
    12. Course Related Issues
    13. Teaching Learning Process
    14. Evaluation Process
    15. Domain Specializations
    16. Honours Degree
    17. Study Abroad Programs
    18. Students Meetings
    19. Parent Meetings

Career Counseling:

    1. Technical Skilling Courses
    2. Certificate Courses
    3. Internship Programmes
    4. Competitive Exams
    5. Term Paper
    6. Project
    7. Hackathons Coding Challenges
    8. Design Thinking & Innovation
    9. Transferable Skills
    10. Higher Education
    11. Awareness about Entrepreneurship
    12. Placements
    13. Future Goals (Short Term & Long Term)
    14. Students Meetings
    15. Parent Meetings

    Personal Counseling:

      1. Time Management
      2. Class Room Activities
      3. Anti Ragging
      4. Attitude
      5. Human Values
      6. Motivational Lectures
      7. Self Awareness
      8. Gender Sensitization
      9. Family Relations
      10. Friends Relations
      11. Health Condition
      12. Mental Stress
      13. Sports
      14. Cultural Activates
      15. Hostel / Room / Home Related
      16. Food Habits
      17. Students Meetings
      18. Parent Meetings

    HODs has to submit monthly /semester / Academic Year counseling reports with necessary comments to Dean Academics office duly signed by concern principal/director. SWEAR Analysis and Career Counseling process and analysis is taking care by Associate Dean (Career Counseling).
    For any queries regarding the counseling / feedback process the students may contact Dr. Fazal Noorbasha, Associate Dean (Counseling and Feedback) at fazalnoorbasha@kluniversity.in.







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