Student Support / WWS / SSP / ASAP / SAP / BWS

Walk With a Scholar(WWS)

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Scholar Support Programe(SSP)

The Scholar Support Programme aims at imparting personalized additional support to needy students through Tutorials, study materials, additional lectures, question banks and interactive sessions, formation of Quality circles in colleges for the programme, dissemination of classes through Personal and Web based modes etc. The Directorate of Collegiate Education is implementing the Programme. Rs 85500/- for the implementation of the Programme for 40 selected first year students of Under Graduate Programme. The Programme should have a college level coordinator. The College Council function as a Monitoring Committee for the Programme and meet once in two months at least to evaluate the Progress of the Programme. Classes are engaged by internal and external mentors.

Additional Skill Acquisition Programme(ASAP)

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Scholar Assistants Programe(SAP)

College always in the forefront of uplifting the student community. Faculty/ class tutor takes initiatives to identify the slow learners or students who are in need of special attention through mentoring or on basis of their class performances. The College has initiated a programme, SAP for all the students who does not come under the purview of SSP of new initiatives of Govt. of Kerala.

Various activities under SAP include:

  • Mentoring
  • Enabling/Remedial Sessions
  • Test Papers
  • Quizzes
  • Simplified notes
  • Buddy learning
  • Peer Competitions

College level Coordinators:

  • Smt. Shitha Francis
  • Dr. Sweety Thomas

Be With the Scholar(BWS)

“Be with Scholar” is a mentoring program functioning under the initiation of St. Mary’s College, Thrissur. This scheme introduces the idea of mentoring to under graduate self-financing students and builds on the concept of mentor as a ‘Guide’ and ‘Friend’. Mentoring is a process where a mentor with greater experience and wisdom guides the mentee to develop both personally and professionally. At present, there are 54 mentees under this scheme and 12 teachers of the college are deputed as internal mentors of these mentees.

Core Values

  • Leadership
  • Goal settings and career
  • Technological Literacy
  • Communication and onstage
  • Value system and emotional maturity
  • Research and higher studies

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