This assigns responsibilities to professional students which do not apply to

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and informed by the highest ethical principles. This assigns responsibilities to professional students which do not apply to other students. Those who are responsible for the education of engineering professionals are required to ensure that students not only acquire the requisite knowledge and skills but also that their conduct meets acceptable standards. This process of assurance may involve assessment of psychiatric well-being. Students are expected to be aware that their own poor mental health may put their academic and their profession career at risk. They are expected to seek medical health advice, if there is a concern about their mental health. They should also be aware that they may not be able accurately to assess their own health and be willing to be referred for treatment, and in any recommended treatment programmes if advised to do so. Personal guidance Social guidance Educational Guidance Career guidance Understanding of self (strengths and weaknesses). Manage daily activities. Learning is responsible for daily life. Acceptance of yourself physically and develop your own potential. The rules and credit points Relationship within university. Relationships with the society. Ethics interactions with fellow friends, parents and teachers. Overview :How to Study Method of reading SQ4R ( Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Record & Review ). studying effectively and efficiently: How to register How to memorize. Increasing the concentration over study. Reviewing the results of tests / value of the semester report cards and ways to improve it. Motivation to learn Facing the Tests: Preparation faces test When faced with a test Reviewing the results of tests, interests and abilities. Guidance regarding their future opportunities. Make decisions about the job, higher studies and future plans. Table 1: Fields and Factors of Guidance and Counseling 5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS In the current economic climate, the education sector is likely to face financial pressures. In the face of funding cuts, universities and colleges may need to decrease spending and consider where their priorities lie in terms of spending. It is believed that student support and welfare should not be targeted in such a situation. The study highlights the many factors which can affect a student’s mental well being throughout their time in education. It is believed that institutions and the education sector as a whole needs to do more to support students through their academic journey to ensure that they are producing graduates who are not only knowledgeable in their subject area but well rounded, balanced individuals. It seems universities and colleges are not providing enough, or the right form of support in their academic structures. Whether it is ensuring academic mentors are knowledgeable in mental health issues or ensuring that the curriculum and examination structures are flexible to the needs of those with mental health concerns, changes need to be made to ensure that students with mental ill health or those that develop mental health problems while studying are given the experience at university or college that they deserve.
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