Mentoring  
 

 

 

Introduction:
Tirpude college of Social Work is imparting Social Work education at graduate and post graduate level since 1966. The Institute offers Social work training especially to the people belonging to the backward class of the society and women. Institute has vision while imparting education, to create knowledge and value based society through qualitative educational empowerment which helps to established inclusive and sustainable development.


Mentoring Concepts:
According to Bozeman and Feenay (2007), Mentoring is a process for the informal transmission of knowledge, Social capital and the psychosocial support perceived by the recipient as relevant to work, career on professional development, mentoring entails informal communication, usually face to face and during a sustained period of time between a person who is perceived to have greater relevant knowledge, wisdom or experience (the mentor) and a person who is perceived to have less (manatee). It means mentoring involves communication and is relationship based. In nutshell mentoring helps person to develop overall personality, knowledge, skills and attitude


Importance of Mentoring
Following are the key important aspects of the Mentoring:

  • Mentoring is valuable for career development.
  • It provides general guidance
  • Setting and achieving goals.
  • Making decisions
  • Facilitating problem solving
  • Mentoring support students in program completion, confidence building and transitioning to further education.

Considering the importance of mentoring in the education institute college has decided to take mentoring activity for the overall development of the students


Objectives of Mentoring:
To create a space for dialogue that results in reflection, action and learning.
To facilitate learning process to the Student.
To create platform for the student to share their personal and family problems,
To improve active participation of the student in all activities which are organized in the college.
It helps to shape the outlook or attitude of the student.