Student support and progression is one of the core criterions that the Institution strives to attain through its educational pursuits and extracurricular activities. All through its diversified programmes and ventures, it aims to drive students’ passion and intellectual curiosity towards their subjects of interests. In the attainment of the said goal, the Institution practices and has laid out a diversified student support and progression framework that greatly motivates and nurtures students’ educational endeavours. To meet the demand for holistic education pedagogy, the Institution has framed mentorship programmes, workshops, pre-placement support and guidance aid amongst many others.
The Institution also seeks to provide an environment which is supportive of students from disadvantaged backgrounds by granting them financial aids and scholarships. Students with certain disabilities are also given additional help through individual tutoring and remedial classes. Confidential counselling sessions are organized to improve the mental health and wellbeing of students. It is the unequivocal belief of the Institution that these measures will not only support the growth of students in all spheres of life but also effectively see them successful through various challenges.
The orientation for the academic year 2018-2019 for the Graduate students was held from 1st to 7th June and on 30th June, 2018.
All the new students were welcomed to the campus and informed about the rules and regulations of the college, the course structure, examination process, and placement procedure for graduate students, code of conduct along with organisation structure of JBDC.
The Orientation team updated about the ethos of the institution and the role of IQAC in ensuring quality of teaching-learning. The Counselling Center JBDC, instructed about the holistic development programs offered at JBDC. A session was conducted to educate the newcomers about the upcoming sports events, association and extension activities. The students were also acquainted with the faculty of the Graduate Department and management representatives. The director of the institution spoke on the need for diversity in the campus and classroom behaviour. The values of faith and toil were highlighted throughout the orientation programme.