Parents are encouraged to meet the staff members at any time during working hours in order to facilitate co-operation and collaboration in the growth and progress of their wards. Parents are required to meet the college authorities whenever they are asked to do so.
A nutritious meal is provided during lunch break to identiﬁed economically challenged students. Funds required for this programme are generated by contributions from some of the present and retired staff members and well-wishers of the college.
Various government scholarships are available for students of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes/ Other Backward Classes.
- For SC students whose parental income is less than 2 lakhs.
- For ST/BC/EBC/DW/Minority students whose parental income is less than 1 lakh.
For SC/ST/BC/EBC /DW students : www.epass.cgg.gov.in
For Minority Students : www.apsmfc.com
For Minority students whose parental income is less than 2 lakhs
MHRD – Central Sector Scheme of Scholarships for College and University Students.
Students who have secured highest marks in the Intermediate are eligible for this scholarship.
Website: : http://bieap.gov.in/
Personal guidance for both academic and personal matters is made available to students through the mentoring programme. A group of students is allotted to each mentor for support and guidance.
The aim of education at Maris Stella has always been to prepare students not only for examinations but also for the challenges of life. Professional counsellors are available to students on campus on appointment. The timings of the counsellors are posted outside the Counselling Services Room.
Language Partnership Programme (LPP)
The LPP is meant for the improvement of the English language. The main objective of the LPP is to improve communicative skills in English. The LPP focuses on the first year under graduate students and on those who need to improve English language proficiency.
Remedial coaching is designed to help students improve their academic performance. Remedial coaching is given for each course during the remedial period by respective course teachers.
Student feedback is taken on the curriculum, on academic programmes, faculty and college, each semester. The Deans of Academic Affairs obtain the feedback from students..