STUDENTS’ WELFARE COMMITTEE
The central goals of the institute are to create a healthy and safe learning environment, safeguard health, counter exclusion and promote well-being in the school community.
The Student Welfare Committee seeks to provide support to the educational process to advance the students’ academic and personal abilities. It aims at enabling them to face problems that hinder their academic success or the learning process, with the end of qualifying them professionally upon the national and regional levels.
Prof. Abhay V. Purohit
Head of the Department
Prof. Milind K. Gujarkar
Three faculty Members to be nominated by Principal
Prof. Rahul C. Deshpande
Prof. Sonali V. Jattewar
Prof. Rukhsana Badar
3 Faculty members from amongst class coordinators
Prof. Komal A. Thakur
Prof. Harshwardhan Nagpure
Prof. Devendra Deshpande
Two Students representatives
Ms. Aboli Gujjelwar
Mr. Neeldutt Agrawal
Student life can be demanding and stressful. Many students of age range from 18 to 22 years find themselves away from their families and homes for the first time. The Institute realizes that to enable the students to excel in academics to their full potential they must cope with and overcome personal and academic setbacks.
To support them in these, IDEAS has begun a Mentor-Mentee program to provide a reliable and comprehensive support system that motivates students to excel in both academic and non-academic fields and to ensure that the students adapt to the dynamic learning environment and lead their ways successfully in their professional lives.
The health and well-being of the students is a top priority of the Institute. For this counselling is an indispensable part especially in the context of students studying away from home as they are faced with multiple adjustment challenges when studying in a new city. Also the life of an architecture student can be stressful at times.
Counselling is a process between a student and the counsellor that helps the student to overcome difficulties in life and change maladaptive or unhealthy emotional, behavioural, or cognitive responses. Counselling can lead to a more adaptive pattern of thoughts and behaviour and a satisfactory change in the individual. Thus, counselling is an enabling process that provides alternative ways to think, feel, and behave more healthily.
Our Counsellor, Mrs. Meera Kadbe is available by appointment.
Students can fill the form provided here to reach out to her.