Consequent to the easing of the pandemic, the University has appointed a counsellor to provide counselling services to the University students and staff.
The counsellor will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 pm at the University Health Centre. The Counsellor may be contacted over email [email protected] to fix an appointment.
In the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has launched an initiative called 'MANODARPAN' to provide psychological support to students, teachers and families for mental health and emotional well-being during the COVID outbreak and beyond.
To make full use of these services the interested students, teachers and parents can dial the national toll-free helpline No. 8448440632 set up for country wide outreach to the students from school, colleges and Universities to provide them tele-counselling to address their mental health and psychological issues. This unique helpline is managed by a pool of experienced counsellors/psychologists and other mental health professionals and will continue beyond the COVID-19 situation.
Readers looking for counselling on the choice of the programme are adviced to contact the concerned Heads of the Department/Programme Directors in the Schools running the programmes. Their contacts are available on the website at Academic > Departments and School.
If you have any admission related queries, please contact System > Academic Matters > Post-Graduate Programmes head.
This counselling service is open for the regular students for their difficulties only.