Counselling Services

COUNSELLING SERVICES

Psychological Testing Facilities

C3A provides testing and assessment facilities in many areas of your personality. The most common tests are personality, intelligence (IQ), emotional testing (EQ), aptitude (career choice), depression, anxiety, sociability etc.

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Counselling Facilities

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For Appointment

We talk with students in crisis, urgent, and routine situations. The best method for connecting with a counsellor depends on your situation. If you have any problems with the registration process, please email us at c3a@nust.edu.pk

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Harassment Complaint Cell

Government of Pakistan has approved the Act titled, “Protection against Harassment of Women at the workplace Act, 2010. The purpose of this Act is to provide safe and secure working environment to the working women in the public and private sector.

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For Faculty

Being a University Counselling Centre, C3A recognises the importance of Faculty (teachers and teaching staff, lab engineers, lab attendants) in psychological and academic growth of NUST students. We have put some resources for you on our website so that you can identify and help students as and when required. For further counselling, you are requested […]

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Students in Distress; Faculty’s Role

STUDENTS IN DISTRESS; FACULTY’S ROLE Recognizing Students in Distress At one time or another, everyone experiences unhappiness or depression. The “blues” are common and usually don’t last long, but certain patterns of behaviour over a period of time can indicate something is wrong and professional help may be needed. Behaviours that indicate emotional distress aren’t […]

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How and When to Refer Students for Counselling

A Practical Guide for Staff and Faculty Behaviour Changes Any overt expression of thought or intent to harm self or others, including pets Change in demeanor…student is more quiet or more aggressive, mood appears sad, “low,” irritable, agitated, anxious or restless Negative change in quality of work or performance in class, on assignments, in athletics […]

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Responding to Disruptive Behaviours in Classroom

The Disruptive Student Although it’s fairly rare, some students are so disturbed they become disruptive in class. Many faculty members make efforts to contain the situation and deal with it directly by speaking with the student after class about his or her behaviour. If this happens, the student may reveal personal problems and a referral […]

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Counselling Centre Resources Self-Help Material

Counselling Centre Resources Self-help material

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