Senior Tutor Office - Overview

The Office of Senior Tutor is one of the important components of student affairs. This office is responsible to inculcate highly commendable spiritual, social and moral values and a leadership quality in it’s taught and organizes co-curricular activities for students at the campus. This Office has embarked upon a solid system includes: Tutorial Group Meeting (TGM), Career Development Center (CDC) and Art & Literary Forum (ALF)). This Office also monitors the activities of different professional societies working under different faculties, institutions and departments.

TGM (Tutorial Group Meeting) is regularly held at weekly intervals in 4th period on each Tuesday. Currently, there are 250 Tutorial groups with 20-25 students / group which offer a platform to discover, enlighten and polish the hidden capabilities of the students. Each student is being supervised by a Tutor who also acts as adviser and provided a file with some Proforma which are required to update the information of each student. Students are encouraged to initiate any positive, constructive activity in consultation with their tutor who helps to improve their behavior and sharpen their intellect. Students also have the opportunity to arrange a recreational trip once in a semester. Each Tutor acts as advisor to the students with the following responsibilities.

  • Hold weekly meeting with the students in class room to inculcate excellent moral values in the students and to polish their capabilities.
  • Render advisory services to the students in all the academic and non-academic matters.
  • Maintain student records of curricular and co-curricular achievements.
  • Maintain a close contact with students and keep a vigilant eye on their activities.
  • Keep a close contact with the parents of students and to inform them about the academic performance and general behavior of their wards.
  • In case of any problem, to facilitate the students and try to resolve the problem.
  • In case of involvement of a student in indiscipline case, to coordinate the disciplinary advisory committee, based on information contained in the file of respective student regarding his conduct & character.
  • Finally update the given students’ file/record at the end of each semester and make assessment of students’ conduct and character to be reflected in their character certificates. 

CDC facilitates students for their career selection by career counseling and providing skills to seek jobs. This center under the supervision of the Senior Tutor become a hub between students, University and Organizations for well judged career decisions by inculcating in them market oriented skills which enhance their creativity and enable them in finding their unique positions.

ALF, at larger level, provide a diversified set up (clubs) include: Qiraat & Naat, Debating, Quiz, Writers and Art club where students perform their potential and compete at university level and selected for a team who participate in various competitive events organized by different universities & institutions at national and International levels. Each club is managed by two university officials and elected cabinet members and meet weekly at 12.45-2.00pm in the audio-visual section, Main Library on respective days.