Know Your Mentors

Mentors

Sanjib Roy

Hello, 

Dear Law students, 

This is your mentoring scheme, where mentors will be assigned to you for an hour each appointment . They will support you with your day to day activities, studies or any problems you might face throughout your academic journey.

So, contact your mentor immediately. However, do take a prior appointment with your mentor by e-mail or call to avoid disappointment. 
There is nothing to be worried about! Everything will be taken care of. 

Please, don’t forget to cancel your appointment one hour prior if you aren’t able to attend the meeting so that other students can get the slot. 

Sanjib Roy Asst. Prof : 9382603508 / Souvik Ghosh Asst. Prof : 9382614227 / Debayan Chatterjee Asst. Prof : 9382607665 /  Basana Manna Asst. Prof  : 8617038516   email: mentorljdlaw@gmail.com

Hello, 
Senior Law students, 

Do you want to earn some cash while studying?

This is the perfect and exciting opportunity as you can become a member of our mentoring scheme, helping other students throughout their academic journey.

If yes, please contact our Campus office by sending an email to mentorljdlaw@gmail.com 

This would be a perfect boost for your CV, while you gain some cash and transferable skills. 

Good luck! 

 

Souvik Ghosh

Debayan Chatterjee

What are the mentor’s roles and responsibilities?

 

  • Prioritize the mentoring session. Mentees invest time preparing for these sessions; therefore, try to prevent other demands from bumping the session from your calendar.
  • Set aside time and space. Ensure that you will be uninterrupted during the mentoring session.
  • Prepare for the session. Review any email correspondence and notes you may have from previous sessions.
  • Give full attention to the mentee. Let go of other urgencies and stresses, clear your mind and focus on helping the mentee during the session.
  • Communicate through active listening. Focus fully on the mentee and show active verbal and non-verbal signs of listening.
  • Share resources. Consider and collect any resources that might be useful to the mentee.
  • Share experiences. Be open to sharing mistakes, failures and lessons learned.
  • Coach to advise the mentees on how to accomplish their goals
  • Sponsor or champion to provide guidance and help increase the mentee’s exposure to new experiences
  • Teacher to provide learning opportunities
  • Protector to provide a safe environment in which the mentee can make mistakes without losing credibility
  • Counselor to enhance the mentee’s self esteem through supportive, non-judgmental discussions
  • Role model to walk the talk and demonstrate the behaviours necessary for success

Basana Manna

Smitkshi Chowdhuary

What are the mentee’s roles and responsibilities?

 

  • It’s helpful if you use the first session to get to know the mentor. Share your ideas, concerns and professional goals. Your mentor will then be able to put your situation in perspective.
  • Be prepared and punctual for your mentoring sessions. You are responsible for establishing the agenda for the conversation. You might even email topics to the mentor ahead of time, if you think the mentor would appreciate it. At the beginning of each session, provide a brief update on progress since the last conversation.
  • You are responsible for initiating all contact with your mentor.
  • Establish a mutually agreeable plan for mentoring sessions. Schedule the sessions on your calendar and build in enough time around the sessions to prepare. Your mentor is a volunteer whose extra time is scarce. By ensuring that conversations start and end on time, you will demonstrate respect and responsibility.
  • Focus on the relationship, rather than outcomes. Your mentor’s role is not to get you a job; it is to share valuable experience with you.
  • Ask direct questions about what you most want to know. You are responsible for ensuring the conversation meets your needs.
  • Be curious and ask questions. Don’t be shy about asking, “What was that like for you?” or, “How did you feel at the time?” Ask a question or two at the start of each session to get
  • to know your mentor’s experiences, such as, “I’d love to learn about your career path” or, “What have you learned about how  to achieve professional success?”
  • Take notes. Capture ideas and insights from the session and in between sessions. Include the commitments you and your mentor make to each other so you are able to follow up. It is
  • discouraging for the mentor if you make commitments you don’t act upon.
  • Respect your mentor’s boundaries. Outside of the session, most mentors have very limited time to engage with mentees. Be careful not to inundate your mentor with emails or phone
  • calls.
  • Say thank you! Remember to thank your mentor after each session and convey your appreciation for specific insights or examples that helped you. This information will let your mentor know more about what you value and how he or she is making a difference for you.

Labani Dey

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