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Capacity Building & Skill Enhancement Initiatives

1. Soft Skills

Students need soft skills to be successful in their careers. Soft skills are personality traits that facilitate interaction with others in a meaningful way. Since most employers offer teamwork, soft skills are essential for students to improve employability skills that land on a dream career. They perform a significant role in the overall development of students’ identities, thereby improving their career aspirations. This enables students to become self-assured individuals, as well as to develop all-around personalities with mature outlooks capable of functioning effectively in various situations.

Honoring the Guest of “GOAL SETTING” by Placement Coordinator
Guest interaction with students
Project Management and Leadership
Project Management and Leadership
Overcoming obstacles
Overcoming obstacles
Interaction with students - Leadership and Teamwork
Interaction with students - Leadership and Teamwork
Students are attending Webinar “Soft Skills and Personality”
Students are attending Webinar “Soft Skills and Personality”

2. Language & Communication skill

The significance of communication is strongly intertwined with the features of the engineering world. Engineers must be able to communicate effectively and clearly with a wide range of people, including clients, vendors, consumers, clients, and even authorities, and many other colleagues from various industries. Knowing a foreign language is advantageous for people working in a foreign setting, whether in a foreign country or with customers from all over the world. Engineers with strong communication skills can confidently present their ideas in presentations, meetings and reports.

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Listening the session “Critical Thinking”
Inaugural Function of Communication Club and Guest Lecture -
The Importance of English Communication Skills
Inaugural Function of Communication Club and Guest Lecture - The Importance of English Communication Skills
Interview Skills
Interview Skills

3. Life skills

Life skill management for the adolescent is a pre-requisite of today’s world. Life skills enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. It transforms a person into a “balanced adult” who makes a meaningful contribution to society. Life skills are applied in different spheres of life, such as human relationships, learning about rights and responsibilities, and health issues like Drug abuse, suicide prevention, and other mental health issues. In addition, this skill empowers students to take proactive measures to protect themselves, as well as to promote health and positive social relationships, including other applications such as the environment, education, consumer education, peace education and social-cultural issues.

Session on SAVE LIFE
Honoring the Guest of SAVE LIFE session
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Session on SAVE LIFE
Students are attending the session - INTRA AND INTER PERSONAL SKILLS
Interaction with students “Building Healthy Friendship and Relationship”
Chief Guest is presenting the session for WORLD CANCER DAY

4. ICT Skills

Employers in a wide range of industries are vying for college graduates with ICT abilities. Computing Science assists students to acquire more advanced skills and knowledge. It also broadens one’s understanding of technology and its understanding. Students learn technical skills such as coding/programming as well as theoretical knowledge of topics such as computer science and web development. Work experience is usually included in ICT courses so that students improve practical skills and make valuable industry connections.

Honoring the Guest of Microsoft Azure session
SESSION - Microsoft Azure
Interaction with students - Web Development
Lecture on “Cryptography and Network Security”
Lecture on “Cryptography and Network Security”

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