This Section is attached to the Dean of Students department and it is tasked to support and improve students’ mental health psychological wellbeing at the university. The section has a well-trained students’ counselor who identifies students’ counselling needs and help them out by providing required basic counselling services problems to appropriate referral centers.

“There are plenty of difficult obstacles in your path. Don’t allow yourself to become one of them.”

All information shared by the counsellor remains confidential. All students who may need counselling services are requested to come to the Dean of students offices for counselling which is provided in a private and confidential room.

Student Counseling: Supporting Success in Academic, Career, and Personal Development”

Academic Support and Goal Setting: Counseling for students often involves helping them set academic goals, develop study skills, and overcome academic challenges such as time management or test anxiety.

Career Exploration and Planning: Students may seek counseling to explore career options, identify their strengths and interests, and develop a plan for their future career path. Counselors can provide guidance on educational and career opportunities, as well as resources for job searching and networking.

Emotional Support and Mental Health: Counseling provides a safe space for students to discuss their emotions, cope with stress, anxiety, or depression, and learn healthy ways to manage their mental health. Counselors offer support, validation, and coping strategies tailored to each student’s needs.

Relationships and Social Skills: Students may face challenges in forming and maintaining relationships, whether with peers, family, or romantic partners. Counseling can help students navigate interpersonal dynamics, improve communication skills, and establish healthy boundaries.

Identity Exploration and Development: College is a time of self-discovery and identity exploration. Students may seek counseling to explore their identity, including aspects such as gender identity, sexual orientation, cultural identity, and personal values.

Adjustment and Transition: Counseling can support students in adjusting to new environments, such as transitioning to college, studying abroad, or entering the workforce. Counselors provide strategies for coping with change, homesickness, and academic or social pressures.

Stress Management and Self-Care: College life can be demanding, and students may struggle to balance academic, extracurricular, and personal responsibilities. Counseling offers tools and techniques for stress management, self-care, and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

Conflict Resolution and Communication: Students may encounter conflicts with roommates, classmates, or faculty members. Counseling can help students resolve conflicts constructively, improve communication skills, and navigate difficult conversations.

Crisis Intervention and Referral: In times of crisis, such as experiencing a traumatic event or contemplating self-harm, students can turn to counseling for immediate support and intervention. Counselors provide crisis counseling, safety planning, and referrals to additional resources when needed.

Empowerment and Advocacy: Counseling empowers students to advocate for themselves and access the support and resources they need to succeed. Counselors work collaboratively with students to identify their strengths, set goals, and develop action plans for achieving their academic and personal objectives.


In conclusion, counseling for students is a multifaceted and invaluable resource that supports their academic, emotional, and personal development. By addressing academic challenges, career aspirations, mental health concerns, and interpersonal relationships, counseling equips students with the skills, resources, and resilience needed to thrive in college and beyond. Through a student-centered approach that prioritizes empathy, collaboration, and empowerment, counselors play a crucial role in fostering student success and well-being. As students engage in counseling, they gain self-awareness, develop coping strategies, and build the confidence to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and adaptability. Ultimately, counseling empowers students to realize their full potential, pursue their goals, and lead fulfilling and meaningful lives.