The academic guidance project has been revamped this year, with a new outlook that focuses on connecting with students remotely as well, to cater to the busy schedules of A/L students. A total of 50 students have been selected for the program this year based on their performance at the term end examinations. These students will take part in the program, and each will be allocated a mentor for coordinating with and guiding them.
25 mentors were enrolled for the program from the OREPA undergraduate body, and a session was held at the university premises, where they were briefed about the nature of the project, their responsibilities, and also the students they were going to be in-charge of. The session had a complete turn-up of all mentors, and ended successfully marking the official beginning of the project.