Students Welfare

The main areas of services are as outlined below:

  1. a) Students orientation programs
  2. b) Serves as a link person between Students’ Government and the Institution Administration
  3. c) Counseling services in various aspects such as career issues, relationship issues, financial challenges, academic life etc.
  4. d) Coordination of Sports and games both within and outside the Colle
  5. e) Working in liaison with the Chaplaincy department to ensure all students have access to spiritual services
  6. f) Coordination of students’ activities in community engagement and partnerships
  7. g) Loans and scholarships services for students in dire ne
  8. h) Immigration services particularly residence permits for international students and passport applications for local students
  9. i) Taking charge of health insurance cover for all students
  10. j) Coordination of Students Accommodation

Teachers need to take specific action in the normal course of their duties to enhance or protect the welfare of their students. Such action is designed to

Maintain a school and classroom climate conducive to learning, ensure a safe and secure environment where basic needs are met; encourage appropriate forms of behavior

Protect students from harm.

These objectives are more likely to be achieved when those who teach, advise, and counsel students:

Provide interesting and challenging learning programs

Model and reinforce the qualities and values which the school aims to develop and foster; listen with empathy to the cares and concerns of their students;

Respond to questions and provide information and guidance a necessary:

offer students genuine opportunities for choice and participation in decision-making; establish a firm code of school behaviour

caution or constrain students for the sake of their own safety and that of others and take appropriate disciplinary action when necessary.

REMEDIAL MEASURES – OBJECTIVES


Remedial measures are special actions designed to:

Assist students toward full participation in the school’s educational program;

Cater for specific learning difficulties; address behavioral problems.

Remediation is an essential part of every teacher’s function and is a requirement of the learning process at any level

The remedial needs of students varies. Most can be addressed in the regular classroom situation. Some may require provision such as counselling, the services of teachers with particular skills or special classes.

IMPLEMENTATION


The objectives in all three major areas – general personal development, preventative and remedial – are more likely to be achieved if schools:

Have an interesting and challenging learning program;

Involve students at all appropriate levels of decision-making;

Recognize the responsibilities of parents and guardians and encourage their participation in decision-making,

Adhere to a set of clearly stated principles developed in consultation with parents and the local community;

Ensure that the developmental, preventative, and remedial measures taken fit within the context of a co-ordinated student welfare program; vary the measures taken to meet the needs of individuals or groups:

Direct the measures to the particular individuals or groups who are at risk or for whom the desired change is needed;

Use teaching, counseling, consultation and other approaches as appropriate;

Provide for parent and community consultation when planning, evaluating, and varying programs.

The principal is responsible to ensure that:

There is a relevant, diverse and challenging learning program within the school;

All staff accept their responsibilities in relation to student welfare;

The school has a student welfare policy including the areas of discipline, pastoral care and school attendance;

There are appropriate structures to enable the student welfare program of the school to function effectively;

The counselor’s expertise is fully utilized to serve the needs of individual students;

The support services of the Department and community welfare agencies are utilized effectively by the school; and the school’s student welfare program is regularly evaluated and adjusted to meet emerging needs.

Spiritual Life

ZMHTI is a non-religious Institution, Students and staff have complete freedom of worship.  Membership too, of the College is open to all persons without distinction of race, ethnic origin, sex or religion. There are facilities for worship for Christians and non-Christians.

LIBRARY

Library is a venue found in the compound of the Institute, has 15 computers with Internet access,

The Library venue aims to provide basic functional computer services for users who may not have access to such technology at home or elsewhere and also it is useful to obtain the resources such as eBooks, and different journals.

The venue can be used for private studies since it is a library so it should be silent and Examinations only. Also College training can be done in this room with approval