Role of counselling

The emerging role of counselling involves helping students to complete their academic objectives; the reduction of student attrition is a priority. Counselors must perform the roles of student developers and guides for learning . As the student developes, counselors must communicate to students the importance of skill building and other academic requirements and help them understand the value of their academic endeavors. The counselors must assist, manage, and encourage students to build a pattern of success. Crucial characteristics that college counselors need to be successful include a strong sense of professional mission, rapport, and empathy.


As student developers, counselors should assume the responsibility of communicating to students the importance of academics in vivid and realistic terms. The goals for the student developer should be to provide counseling, information, and support services to meet the students’ developmental needs. The objectives should be as follows: – To assist each interested student in making informed and realistic decisions in the areas of educational and career choices. – To provide services that reflect the understanding that student development includes social, intellectual, psychological, and ethical development.

The counselor is required to assist, manage, and encourage students to build a pattern of success and to achieve their dream career.

Counselor services should meet the needs of those entering students by providing each student complete information and preparation for entry into appropriate courses. Some of the viable activities include:

  1. Assessing student ability by using placement tests and interest inventories.
  2. Assisting in establishing or clarifying education and career goals.
  3. Helping students use college resources to meet their expectations.

Grievances and Redressal

Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College is committed to a policy of treating all members of the college community fairly in regard to their personal and professional concerns. The student grievance procedure ensures that concerns are promptly dealt with and resolutions reached in a fair and just manner. The College’s procedures enable students to bring complaints and problems to the attention of the College administration.

Registry for Grievances and Redressal is available in the office of main building Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College, 363, Arcot Road, Kodambakkam, Chennai-600024.


The Grievance Redressal Cell of Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College has been constituted with the aim to provide easy and readily accessible mechanism for prompt disposal of the day to day genuine grievance of the student community and to make the student community to pursue their education at a congenial atmosphere. The function of the grievance redressal cell is to address into the complaints lodged by any student. It is our endeavour to make all efforts to ensure transparency in all the activities at different stages. Taking this spirit in consideration the institute has decided to provide mechanism to students for Redressal of their grievances. The Grievances may broadly include the following complaints of the aggrieved students:

  • Academic
  • Non-Academic


  • To introduce a fair, impartial and consistent mechanism for redressal of various issues faced by the students/parents
  • To develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all stakeholders, thereby maintaining a harmonious atmosphere in the College campus
  • To advise stakeholders to respect the right and dignity of one another, and not to behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason
  • To ensure that grievances are resolved promptly, neutrally and in complete confidentiality.
  • To uphold the dignity of the College by promoting cordial Student-teacher relationship.


  • The cases will be attended promptly on receipt of written grievances from the students.
  • The cell formally will review all cases and will act accordingly.
  • The cell will give report to the authority about the cases attended to and the number of pending cases, if any, which require direction and guidance from the higher authorities.
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The Counselors

  1. Dr.S.Suganthi, Ph.D

  2. Mrs.S.Sisira, M.Sc.Psychology

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