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GFM Scheme

Objective:

1. To acclimatize the new students to the campus life in BSOCER
2. To provide academic counseling
3. To enlighten the students on professional ethics and conduct
4. To ease the trauma of transfer to a new place
5. To communicate with the ward’s parents
6. Providing emotional support to students on individual basis
7. Helping students overcome home sickness
8. Establishing rapport between teachers, student & parents.
9. Monitoring attendance and behavioral aspects of every student.
10. Identifying weak areas and working out remedies helping students thereby taking their complete care.

Purpose

1. To ensure availability of support and guidance to students for students development and resolving their problems.

2. To ensure holistic development of student.

3. Create point of contact for students and their parents for any information and queries.

Benefit

1. Improves communication between students and mentor for academic excellence, stress management and time management.

2. Academic Performance Monitoring.

3. Career and self-awareness among students.

4. Understanding students’ academic and social problems well in advance.

Highlights:

1. One teacher is nominated as ‘Teacher Guardian’ for fifteen students
2. Teacher Guardian maintains all records of students in formats provided
3. Teacher Guardian does all the follow up regarding attendance of students under his supervision
4. Teacher guardian monitors academic performance of students
5. If student remains absent for continuous three lectures, then teacher guardian sends note to all concerned teachers to stop the practical of that student
6. Teacher guardian sends letters regarding performance and attendance to parents every month
7. Poor performance of students is improved by way of counseling.
8. If required teacher guardian calls the parents on phone on the basis of weekly monitoring
9. Teacher guardian does counseling about studies

What is the GFM System ?

  • GFM stands for Guardian Faculty Member.
  • GFM is devoted staff member who takes care of the students of each and every respect like Academic, Emotional or Personal.
  • Need for GFM System

  • Students have to leave their home and come to a new place,Campus is new for them.
  • To solve the problems of the students like academic as well as non-academic.
  • To share their problems to their elders.
  • To give the feedback of all subject teachers, facilities and others.
  • Scope of GFM System

  • JSPM has a strong record of introducing and maintaining GFM activity.
  • Under this activity one faculty member is responsible for group of 20 students.
  • This faculty member needs to possess all the information regarding the student- starting with personal to academics.
  • This helps in monitoring the students’ extracurricular activity and his/her academic performance.
  • Under the GFM activity-- daily phone call is done to the parents of absentee students and letters are sent to the parents every month informing them of their ward’s academic performance and attendance.
  • With this, we try to achieve maximum attendance (greater than 85%) and in turn excellence in academics.
  • Frequent interaction with parents brings in weakness and talent of the students.This matters a lot in understanding the student’s attitude towards academics.
  • Counseling is a strong activity carried out by GFM.
  • Parental counseling is also done in some cases. Counseling has brought in wonderful results-- like, relief from peer fear, more understanding of one’s own talent and weakness, remedial measures for personal problems, strong bonding between faculty and students.
  • Duties and Responsibilities of the GFM

  • To convey the problems of students to not only the subject teachers but also the HOD and the Parents.
  • Daily phone calls to the parents of absent students.
  • To send the Monthly Attendance and Performance of the students to the parents.
  • To check the Uniform and I Cards of the students.
  • To arrange the Parent Teacher meet whenever required.
  • To identify the weak students in the class.
  • To punish the students who disturb the class.
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