Tata Insitute of Social Sciences has a Peer Support network made up of students who are selected and lightly trained (in psychology & counselling) by the Counselling Centre. Peer Supporters form an informal, easy-to-approach support system on campus. The names and numbers of Peer Supporters are put up notice boards at various places on campus. Grave cases that need more attention are always referred to the professional counsellors at the Counselling Centre.

The college turns 75 this year, so there’s much buzz on campus. Come evening, at every corner of the campus, students are found practising for some performance or the other. The Peer Supporters also had something in mind, and under the guise of performing for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, actually practised for a flash mob of which I was a part. It happened two days ago in the Old Campus Dining Hall.


6 thoughts on “college

  1. Are you mad? :)It’s scary that so many people are asking about my book. I don’t even have a book!Oh, and, congratulations on being one of the cool types to bell the CAT πŸ™‚

  2. If there is any justice in the world, someone writing like you should get published.I'm just as pleasantly surprised as you are. Because he is not me. I am studying at TISS, but I don't mind the attention!

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