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Soft Skills Club Inaugurated at Crossland College

Published On : 26 Jul 2019   |  Reported By : canaranews network


With the aim to enhance employability skills among the students, a Soft skills Club was inaugurated at Crossland College , Brahmavar. The Club was inaugurated by the Principal of the College Prof. Samuel K Samuel. In his address after the inauguration, he appealed to the students to be prepared for the changing demands in the job market. He stressed on the importance of having right attitude, good communication skills, team work and the problem solving skills.

Dr. Robert Clive G, the lecturer in charge of the Club explained the objectives of the Club. He stated that the Club will strive towards empowering the students with the necessary people skills such as inter personal skills, and the key employability skills as most of the jobs available today are in the service sector. He stressed that the Club will be based on the philosophy of self-learning. Later Ms. Wafa, the Convenor of the Club made a detailed presentation on the content of the Club’s deliberations and the scope of the Club activities. Ms. Archana Sonath Nairy welcomed the gathering and Ms. Salwa proposed the vote of thanks. Ms. Sheba compered the Programme

 







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