Student Centric Programs

Soft Skills

Soft skills focus on who people are, as opposed to what they are trained in. They serve to represent your approach to life and work meaning soft skills are interpersonal skills hardwired to an individual’s personality, and they characterize how you interact with other people in the workplace. Training someone on developing these crucial business skills as it seems is harder to deliver and measure results on. Essentially, soft skills are the people skills, personality skills, and communication abilities your workforce needs for the long-term success of your organization. After all, almost every job requires employees to engage with others, either inside or outside of your organization, making these skills something not to be overlooked. The businesses thus that invest in soft skills training for employees are the ones growing in revenue and leading their industries. In these times of change and uncertainty, providing training content that helps your employees develop their soft skills proves you’re committed to seeing a bright future for your organization, and for them as individuals.

Language and Communication Skills

Language and Communication skills training not only transfers information from one person to another across a medium but there are factors that come into play which can impede it and render it ineffective. Although one of the popular trainings in today’s time wherein we are constantly interacting with different people at different points in time but only the training can help in encouraging participants to upgrade their communication skills and shed their inhibitions and negativity, identify, build and improve their professional image, enhance awareness towards one’s role in the organization, overcome the barriers in communication.

Communication is common to all of us no matter what level we may be at and in which department. And while sometimes we send the communication, at others we are the recipients. Being aware of the loopholes at every stage is therefore beneficial for each one of us and is important for our success. The training thus intends to create awareness of one’s current presentation skills and practice & develop effective skills for presentation, understand the importance of communication types, developing effective verbal communication, importance of grooming and etiquette and cross-cultural communication.

Effective communication skills and techniques, as it becomes immediately apparent that the way you present yourself is not all there is to it. The greatest skill you can have in order to instantly and significantly improve your communications skills is to understand the other person's point of view and how they see the world and only then you can adjust your own communication to take their point of view into account. So, the only person you can be sure of changing in any communication is you but this can be developed only with the techniques availed and practice over time.

Life Skills

Life skills is a term used to describe a set of basic skills acquired through learning and/or direct life experience that enable individuals and groups to effectively handle issues and problems commonly encountered in daily life. It also refers to the skills you need to make the most out of life. Broadly speaking, the term is usually used for any of the skills needed to deal well and effectively with the challenges of life. They include creativity, critical thinking, self-awareness, self-control, resilience and ability to problem-solving, decision-making, the ability to communicate and collaborate, along with personal and social responsibility that contribute to good citizenship, both for healthy societies and for successful and employable individuals. It is also true that different life skills will be more or less relevant at different times your life. However, perhaps the most important life skill is the ability and willingness to learn. By learning new skills, we increase our understanding of the world around us and equip ourselves with the tools we need to live a more productive and fulfilling life, finding ways to cope with the challenges that life, inevitably, throws at us.

Trends in Technology

Technology is rapidly changing the way we live and interact. It is changing the face of every field and every sector in the best way possible. Education technology can help to eliminate current barriers of providing quality education to all and will provide a chance to widen the imagination of the students and help them grasp better. The education sector and the entities such as students, teachers, management, parents, etc. will benefit a lot from the latest and upcoming trends in education technology. Among the recent trends ongoing as far as advancement is concerned, few are herein elaborated and are trend worthy to be befitted to the student fraternity graduating soon. AI is appearing seemingly everywhere in higher education — such as management systems, proctoring, grading, student information systems, library services and disability support. AI matters for higher education business continuity because the next generation of students will be accustomed to experiencing AI technologies in almost every facet of their lives. Universities and colleges are also collecting troves of data. However, not many educators know how to interpret this data to improve learning outcomes. Data Analytics thus helps students how to navigate the educational data mining landscape. Virtual reality also is making its way into some classrooms, allowing teachers to take their students on a journey and actually see what they’re learning. With the advent of rapid technological advancements, integration of cloud technology with education is gaining popularity even as the academic content or school management, everything can be managed via cloud technology. Also Smart cloud-based edtech platforms provide a wide range of academic services such as online assessments, online classes, and homework solutions along with real-time tracking, instant reports, and more

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