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Centre for Counselling and Career Advisory (C3A) is a unit of NUST that provides primary mental health services. NUST is the only university in Pakistan offering this service, which extends to all the NUST students, faculty, personnel and families of those associated, within and outside the H-12 campus. The core objective of C3A is to provide professional counselling service, for educational, social, emotional or psychological issues that may inhibit personal or professional performance and advancement. The centre also conducts psychological tests for the students of all the schools of NUST uniformly. The purpose of these activities is to provide psychological support as well as to meet the growing need of the university to promote the wellbeing and personal development of all associated. C3A consists of a professional staff of qualified psychologists/ counsellors who provide short-term individual and group therapy. The programme provides consultation, psychological testing, psycho-educational programmes, trainings and workshops.

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Seminars & Workshops

NUST Summer School

Date: July 23, 2020

How to Teach Body Protection to Children in an Age Appropriate Manner

A seminar was organized for all NUST faculty/parents and parents of NCLS students on ‘How to Teach Body Protection to Children in an Age Appropriate Manner’.

Date: July 23, 2020

Counselling Camp

Everyone has a sense of how to be happy or contented in his or her own way. Eventually that helps the person to maintain his/her psychological and emotional health. At times, due to the busy life schedules and pressures of our daily living, we restrain ourselves from happiness.

Date: July 23, 2020

Gender Sensitization & Violence against Women Training

NUST believes in gender equality and hence gender is a cross cutting theme in all the schools. USPCAS-E is one of the schools that works on gender and tries to raise awareness among students regarding gender equality. Keeping that in mind C3A conducted 5-days training on ‘Gender Sensitization and Violence against Women’ for faculty of USPCAS-E and C3A staff members.

Date: July 23, 2020

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