Mentor Mentee Programme

Mentor mentee Programme

We have high aspirations for all of our students and want to help them achieve and surpass their own expectations and those of the people who teach and care for them. This policy aims to identify the strategies deployed to ensure outstanding levels of mentoring and guidance.

Student mentoring in Bombay Hospital college of Nursing, Indore is defined as a one-to-one relationship between a student and the mentor that occurs over a prolonged period of time. The mentor provides consistent support, guidance and concrete help to a student to provide them with a positive role model. Some students involved in the mentoring program may be going through a difficult and/or challenging situation, a period of life in which they need extra support, or they may simply need to have another significant adult present in their life.

The goal of mentoring is to help all students involved in the mentoring program to gain the skills and confidence to be responsible for their own futures and develop to their full academic and personal potential. Bombay Hospital College of Nursing will ensure that all learners receive the care, guidance and support necessary to maintain and extend their personal development and academic progress.

Responsibilities Of The Mentor

    • Maintain Mentor-Mentee Booklet.
    • Maintain batch wise student roll call list
    • Keep contact details of students &parents Record of all results
    • Record of Mentor-Mentee meeting
    • Student counselling should be done whenever required.
    • Maintain record of mentees appeared to be disinterested in academic progress
    • To have regular communication with the parents of the Mentees
    • To submit a comprehensive Yearly Report on issues handled and resolved by the Mentor.
    • Maintain data of students’ achievements
    • Maintain discipline among students.

Characteristics Of A Good Mentor

    • A good mentor is someone who engages in a positive relationship with the student and gives them attention.
    • The mentor needs to have positive self-esteem, react well to stressful situations and tolerate frustrating situations. They need to listen well and communicate on a level that the student can understand and not be judgmental.
    • The mentor needs to provide leadership and guidance and be a positive role model, nurturing a relationship that respects the student’s dignity. The mentor must always show up on time for sessions, be committed and accept their responsibilities. 
    • A good mentor will reinforce the student’s successes and challenge them to do better and be willing to give them a fresh start if there are any lapses.
    • They will not break the trust they have established.

Benefits Of A Student Mentoring Programme

    • Students benefit by receiving the support and guidance of a caring adult or supportive peer and also receiving assistance with their academic studies.
    • Students will experience greater self-esteem and be motivated to succeed.
    • They will also receive encouragement to stay in education and progress to further and/or higher education and receive assistance in choosing a career path.
    • Student will also improve interpersonal relationships, such as with Institute, the teaching staff and the student’s family.