Counselling is a process that aims to facilitate personal well-being of the students through support and guidance of trained counselors, for a healthy mind and body.

With the intent to address and help resolve emotional and psychological issues of the student community of GMMC, the college has initiated the “Counselling Cell” in the college premises with the help of a trained team of faculty members as Counselors.

The Counselling Cell encourages the students to understand themselves and the issues that trouble them and guides them to resolve their problems. These problems can be personal, emotional, social, family, peer, academic, sexual, etc. This is done through individual or group counselling to help them with academic goals, social and personality development, career goals, enhancing listening skills, empathy and interpersonal skills to have healthy relationships and a healthy lifestyle.

The role of the Counselor is to offer support through listening and responding in a confidential, non-judgmental and timely way, ensuring that the students become productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. They are trained to assess, diagnose and treat students struggling with academic stress, anxiety, depression, social addictions and other problems they face.

The goal of Counselling is to facilitate positive behavior changes, improving the student’s ability to establish and maintain relationships socially, promoting their decision-making process, helping the student to understand their own potential and cope effectively with the problems they face.

Cell Members:

Coordinator: Mr. Manoranj Sharma, Assistant Lecturer, Dept. of English. (9856001234)

Member: Ms. Jamuna Aryal, Assistant Lecturer, Dept. of Nepali.