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Guidance for competitive examinations:
The Centre for Extended Education (CEE) under the able guidance of its coordinator Ms. Sheela Dange facilitates training courses for students who wish to get guidance for attempting competitive exams. Both in house faculty and professional external resource persons conduct these courses at subsidised rates within the college premises.
The Placement Centre of MCC which liaises with companies and other employers to provide job placements for our graduating students regularly conducts career counselling as part of its work.
Soft skills development:
The Centre for Extended Education runs courses on soft skills development. In addition to this the Value Education module, which is mandatory for under graduates incorporates soft skills as part of its syllabus .
Remedial coaching in all subjects is conducted throughout the academic year by the teaching faculty for those students who are identified as requiring extra help to cope with their academic courses. Apart from the regular remedial coaching following tests and exams, faculty also cater to on-demand sessions by individuals and groups of students at any time during the semester.
The Language Lab is a well equipped facility fitted with multiple desk top computers. All the systems are fitted with software that help both in English and other second language learning. Batches of students attend either regular or remedial classes in the lab where they have access to independent computer systems with audio accessories to assist the learning process.
Yoga and Meditation:
Yoga and meditation courses are conducted by the Centre for Extended Education as certificate courses. These courses are conducted by external professional trainers and are open to both students and teachers.
Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, envisions a life-oriented education that empowers the students through a humanizing and liberative process, to be agents of transformation and development at different levels of life. Enabled and empowered, they respond pro – actively to concerns and conflicts inherent in today’s reality, especially those of women and persons who are unable to exercise their freedom to be human and work for the integrity of creation. The thrust is in the light of a “Civilisation of love”, the Kingdom of God, as envisaged and promoted by the Foundress, Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima. Read More>>>