One of the policy decisions in the UGC XIth Plan provides for establishing Career and Counselling Cell in Universities. The objective is to support the students in the development of soft skills and communication ability to handle the rigors of competitive tests and on-job-training in add-on or vocational courses.
Seminars and workshops are conducted frequently and students are motivated and guided with regard to the career options and preferences. A lot of students have benefitted from it and students have been placed in both the Government and the Private Sector. The Counselling Cell was set up with the objective of offering counselling services for the graduate students of the University with the aim to help the students develop essential employability skills and strategies and to understand different competitive exams related to job opportunities in the current market scenario.
We have a Chaplain in the University assisted by a team of members who are available anytime to guide and nurture students.
The main role of the Chaplaincy Department:
- The University Chaplain is available to assist students and others in finding places of worship.
- The University Chaplain is available to provide support to student groups on campus to further the mission of the University.
- The University Chaplain is available to provide short-term pastoral care to students and other NAU community members as requested.