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Counseling


INTRODUCTION

The Counseling & Career Division (BKK) of the Department of Student Affairs & Alumni (JHEPA) was officially established in 2010.

BKK was founded as a support system to assist students in identifying their potentials and acknowledging their problems, and finding the right solutions to both, in order to help the students develop outstanding personalities and eventually, excel in their studies.

In addition, BKK also plays the role of developing and ensuring consistent progress of the many and different talents and potentials that UMP students possess,

To date, three Psychology Officers have been recruited into BKK, and they are Mrs Paridah Mohd Ali and Mr Yunan Abdul Samad at the Gambang campus while Ms Fara Hazlini Mohd Som at the Pekan campus.

ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To assist the students in resolving individual and cluster set of problems – in matters of academic, personal, psychosocial and career
  • To assist the students in personal development and growth – in matters of motivation, management, counseling, leadership, teamwork and effective communications
  • To assist and nurture the students in resolving daily problems – in matters of academic and family issues
  • To enhance the students’ level of awareness in management – in order to develop the spirit of leaderships
  • To provide the necessary career exposures to the students – by assisting them in preparing resumes and having mock interview sessions

MAIN FUNCTIONS OF COUNSELING SUB-DIVISION

  • Counseling sessions
  • Counseling activities
  • Counseling practices
  • Guidance
  • Consultation
  • Reaching out programme
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Community Services
  • Research and Analysis

MAIN FUNCTIONS OF CAREER SUB-DIVISION

  • Education
  • Advisory and Guidance
  • Industry relation
  • Database management
  • Evaluation

SERVICE OFFERED

  • Individual counseling
  • Group/Cluster counseling
  • Career counseling
  • e-Counseling
  • Psychology Equipment Management Test
  • Psychology Guidance and Consultation
  • Basic Counseling Practice