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Drashti Suthar GEC, Patan

Today's Session was good. I got to learn a lot from it. Very happy with today's session

Preet Shah GEC, Patan

I really feel blessed to have a Mentorship session with MITra (BooksLuva) It's great how the mentors guided to me throughtout the session & looking forward to learn from them.

Kaushal Nagar Gec, Patan

Very Very Greatful to MITra. From The session got several ideas & road map to go further in my field. Thanks a lot!

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    Life is not easy to live without friends. When it comes to Books, they can be our best friends ever. Good Books enriches our mind with good thoughts and knowledge just like a good friend. We cannot feel alone in the company of books.

    Books are our best friends because they inspire us to do great things in life and overcome our failures. We learn a lot from good books just like a good friend. Books can be good or bad, but it is our responsibility to choose them wisely. Friendship with Good books makes you Good person and friendship with Bad books make you bad person. Books will always be there for you in your bad times. Books teach us to have dreams. Books brings positive value to our life.

    A mentor may share with a mentee (or protege) information about his or her own career path, as well as provide guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling. A mentor may help with exploring careers, setting goals, developing contacts, and identifying resources. The mentor role may change as the needs of the mentee change.

    Develop mutual trust and respect;

    Maintain confidentiality;

    Listen both to what is being said and how it is being said;

    Help the mentee solve his or her own problem, rather than give direction;

    Focus on the mentee’s development and resist the urge to produce a clone.

    3 Benefits of Mentorship for Students

    1. Individualized Goal Setting: Meeting students where they are as developing individuals is where personalized learning begins. Each week, students meet with their mentors to assess their academic progress and to set individual short- and long-term goals, develop an action plan, and learn time management and planning strategies. This intentional, weekly interaction helps students develop a universal set of skills — goal setting, adaptability, and reflection — that are necessary for success in college, career, and life.
    2. Relationships Built on Trust: The reliable routine of mentorship allows students to build a relationship with their Mentors built on honesty and trust over time. 
      Mentors serve as a thought partner for students on their academic journey and help empower students to become autonomous learners and agents of their own change. 
    3. Developing Self-Awareness and Fostering Passions: An essential component of one-to-one mentoring sessions is weekly self-reflection, which gives students the chance to build awareness around their ability to set and follow through on appropriate academic and social goals. Students who practice individual goal-setting and reflection over time are better able to accurately assess their strengths, as well as recognize and act on areas for self-improvement. Exploring personal interests goes hand-in-hand with identifying strengths, and students are encouraged by their mentors to explore ways in and out of schools — through clubs or community programs and projects — that will help build and expand these personal interests and passions.

    Mentor can help you do the following:

    Gain valuable advice – Mentors can offer valuable insight into what it takes to get ahead. They can be your guide and “sounding board” for ideas, helping you decide on the best course of action in difficult situations. You may learn shortcuts that help you work more effectively and avoid “reinventing the wheel.”

    Develop your knowledge and skills – They can help you identify the skills and expertise you need to succeed. They may teach you what you need to know, or advise you on where to go for the information you need.

    Improve your communication skills – Just like your mentor, you may also learn to communicate more effectively, which can further help you at work.

    Learn new perspectives – Again, you can learn new ways of thinking from your mentor, just as your mentor can learn from you.

    Build your network – Your mentor can offer an opportunity to expand your existing network of personal and professional contacts.

    Advance your career – A mentor helps you stay focused and on track in your career through advice, skills development, networking, and so on.

    Good people know what to do but often allow their instincts to be suppressed by overthinking. A good mentor helps a mentee to make decisions that help them reach their goals. A great mentor builds a mentees confidence in a way that less instruction or assurance is needed from others.

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