Mentoring 2018-07-31T09:12:51+00:00

Head of the college

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Liaising, when requested, with the Academic Mentoring Management Committee on issues relating to mentoring within the college
  • Facilitating the Mentoring process within his/her college
  • Encouraging Mentees to engage in the process within their college

College Office

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Provide advice and support on practicalities such as timetabling, room bookings and contacts
  • Support the mentoring process and deal with any other administrative responsibilities
  • Keeping an up to date virtual list of matches and mentors available
  • Act as a point of communication between the Committee of Professors and Academic Mentors when necessary
  • Keeping a record at the college level and also informing the College Office of ‘live’ mentoring relationships so that the list of available Academic Mentors can be kept current.

Mentor

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Support the mentee to make an ‘Action Plan’ outlining their motivation and goals
  • Meet on a one to one or group basis to review the Mentee’s progress towards their desired goals
  • Use questioning techniques to facilitate the Mentee’s own thought processes to identify solutions and actions
  • Utilise active listening and communication skills to ensure the needs of the Mentee are being met within the mentoring relationship
  • Share relevant academic experiences/problems you have overcome (if appropriate)
  • Facilitate and encourage autonomous and enquiry-based learning, providing the Mentee with the tools to find their own answers
  • Sign-post the Mentee onto other support services should this be necessary
  • Attend continuous training to ensure that you have the appropriate skills to support the Mentee in their journey
  • Offer a ‘safe space’ for the Mentee to share their academic worries and concerns
  • Build mutual trust and respect

Mentee:

Roles & Responsibilities

  • A desire and ability to engage in the mentoring process
  • The time and commitment to pursue their goals
  • An understanding of the role and boundaries of the Mentor
  • Being punctual and prepared for meetings
  • Must respect the confidentiality of the relationship
  • Mentees must take ownership of the process

Class wise List of Mentors 2017-2018

Sr No Class Mentors Name
1 B Pharm I & II Semester Dr. S R Karajagi
Mr. H.M.Nanjappayya
Mr. A B Walikar
2 B Pharm II Dr. E N Gaviraj
Mr. Somashekhar Metri
Mr. S S Biradar
Mr. S C Marapur
3 B Pharm III Dr .C V Nagathan
Dr. H Shivkumar
Mr. Vinod Reddy
4  B Pharm IV Dr. C V Nagathan.
Dr. H Shivkumar.
Mr. Vinod M.
5  Pharm D I Mr. S S Potadar.
Mr. R G Patil.
6  Pharm D II Dr. Mallinath P
Mr. V P Patil
7  Pharm D III Dr. B Shivkumar
Mr. V P Patil.
8  Pharm D IV Mr. Santosh Awasti
Mr. S Z Inamdar
9  Pharm D V Ms. Sunanda N
Ms. Pradeepti
10  Pharm D VI Mr. S M Biradar
Mr. S Z Inamdar
11  M Pharm Dr. B Shivkumar
Dr. E N Gaviraj
Dr. R V Kulkarni
Dr. H Shivkumar