Today’s student needs guidance rather than tutoring

Presently the trend of imparting education has been mostly through the traditional method of teacher-student tutoring, where one teacher is imparting education to a number of students in a closed classroom. The focus here is the relay of knowledge and education by means of instruction and explanation. All across India, these are the type of learning practices followed for decades. However, educational analysts are quick to point its irrelevancy and ask:


Where and why learning is constantly refreshed 24 *7 in the current framework?

Did you realize that the guided module portrayed above doesn’t work? Since in the business require is for understudies who can freely think and react quickly, and at introduce over half of graduates are esteemed unemployable in all actuality.

Challenges of Typical Tutoring


By the time students in school or decide to pursue under-graduation studies, they are already used to a system that has not taught them to think independently. This handicaps the student in present industry and the student finds difficulty in getting good jobs, where individual thinking and confidently taking decisions is daily required.

Now a days, A recent study revealed that those who had developed guiding relationships to the students were more likely to exhibit greater productivity and one of its key USP’s is that their faculty comes from the top institutes (IIT&NIT) in India, and are groomed not to merely “TEACH” students but rather to “GUIDE” them for the long run. This approach of guiding has been found to be much more effective in the interests of students rather than merely tutoring.

According to sources on conducting one to one communication with students, we have found that the mentors voluntarily took responsibility of grooming the students on not just the technical aspects of the course, but to be proficient smart individuals who are confidently able to communicate their thoughts and plan out their activities. This especially helps when studying subjects like engineering where when doing one’s job by just possessing theoretical knowledge is no longer satisfactory, good practical exposure to is necessary.


Major aspects of guiding:

  1. It provides deeply knowledge useful for career growth.
  2. Mentors responsibility is to guide students and not just merely educate them.
  3. Assured guidance and assistance on personality developments.
  4. Mentors engage in a much more personal relationship with their mentee’s.
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