The Psychological Counseling Cell is established to provide a range of services aimed at promoting mental health and emotional well-being of students. It serves as a safe space where students can seek guidance, support, and therapeutic interventions for various psychological issues they may be facing.

One of the primary functions of the Psychological Counseling Cell is to provide counseling services to students who are dealing with academic stress, personal challenges, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. Counselors in these cells offer a non-judgmental and confidential environment for students to express their thoughts and feelings.

Additionally, the Psychological Counseling Cell often conducts workshops, seminars, and awareness programs to promote mental health literacy among students and faculty members. These initiatives aim to reduce the stigma associated with seeking help for mental health issues and encourage a culture of openness and support within the college community.


  • To identify the problems faced by the students
  • To help the students overcome psychological stress and exam related anxiety
  • To collaborate with other departments or external mental health organizations
  • To create inclusive environment that respects and values diversity in students’ backgrounds, experiences, and identities.
  • To plan preventive programs and awareness campaigns focused on mental health promotion, stress reduction, and well-being enhancement
  • To design Certificate Courses related to psychological well-being

Committee Members

Sr. No. Name of Committee Member Role
1 Dr. Jitubhai Khaniya Coordinator
2 Dr. Shradha Butani Member
3 Dr. Chirag Adatiya Member