St. Paul’s College has adopted and implemented a Mentoring System as a student support measure. The system, though flexible, functions along well-defined lines. Each faculty member is the mentor of a group of 20 to 25 students allocated to him/ her by the Head of the Department. The teacher mentor collects personal information from the ward without touching sensitive issues or forcing any information out of the wards and then provides the needed counselling to the wards. Critical issues are brought in the notice of the Head of the Department. The teacher meets the wards informally outside class hours as well and guides them regarding their career options. A documented record (Mentor’s Diary) of the mentoring process is maintained by the mentor teacher and the Head of the Department for reference purposes.