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Mentor Mentee System


Arihant Arts, Commerce and Science Junior College have introduced a Mentor-Mentee System as it’s an essential component for a successful career as it bridges the gap between the faculties and students. Mentoring provides students emotional and instrumental support, guidance, encouragement and better environment in college. A mentor plays a vital role in nurturing students and has a positive impact on students’ persistence and academic achievement. A mentee can approach his / her mentor for both educational and personal guidance. It is conducted to help the students to strengthen their varied capabilities and to build an interpersonal relationship between the faculties and students.


1. To establish a relationship between Mentor and Mentee
2. To ensure the quality performance of the students in academics.
3. To deal with holistic development and related issues of the students.
4. To provide support and pleasant learning environment.
5. To provide guidance for higher studies and various career opportunities.
6. To discuss stress related issues.
7. To regulate the academic involvement and assess the outcome.

Guidelines for Mentor

1. Mentor should be punctual for the sessions.
2. Mentor should maintain the Mentee’s record regularly.
3. Mentor should keep an open eye towards Mentee’s problems.
4. Mentor shall be impartial towards all of their Mentees.
5. Mentor should not be judgemental towards any Mentee.
6. Confidentiality should be maintained by the Mentor.
7. Mentor should take initiative in the relationship.
8. Mentor should respect their Mentees time as they respect your own.
9. Mentor should make only positive or neutral comments about your mentee.
10. Mentor should offer support to the mentees when required.
11. Multiculturalism of Mentees should be respected by the Mentor.

Guidelines for Mentee

1. Mentee should be punctual for all the sessions.
2. Mentee should be open about their Goals and Aspirations.
3. Mentee should respect the Mentor and seek their advices.
4. Mentee should use active listening skills in discussions with the Mentor.
5. Mentee should be proactive.
6. Mentee should show appreciation for the time and assistance given by the mentor.

Mentor Training

1. Clarity in the objective of the mentoring program.
2. Roles and responsibilities of mentors.
3. Brief explanation regarding maintaining records.

Orientation of Mentee

1. An overview of the system should be given to Mentee.
2. Introduction with their respective mentors.
3. Brief explanation of Mentee Record Form.

Communication Platform

1. Gmail
2. Social Media Platform
3. Monthly offline Meetings
4. One to One Sessions if required

Monitor & Evaluation

1. Records of Mentees should be maintained by Mentor in both Offline & Online mode.
2. Google Forms, Social Media messages, and letters shall be used for the conduction of
3. The development of the Mentees with every session should be updated and evaluated at the
end of each term.
4. The measures taken for the development of Mentees shall be analysed differently for each
and every Mentee.
5. Record of achievements of the Mentees should be maintained by the Mentor.
6. Mentor has to prepare yearly report on meetings conducted, issues handled and resolved.
7. Critical and severe issues to be reported to Grievance Committee and proper record should be
Junior College Student Grievance Committee:
1. Mangesh Takpire – Chairperson
2. Pashmina Kane – Member