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University Level Workshop on Soft Skills at Crossland College, Brahmavar

Published On : 09 Feb 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Brahmavar: A day long University level Workshop on Soft skills was held at Crossland College, Brahmavar on 8th February, 2017. The Workshop was organized by the Department of Rural Development for the final year students studying Rural Development. The workshop was inaugurated by Mrs. Nayana, Lecturer at Dr. G. Shankar Government First Grade College for Women, Udupi. Dr. Robert Clive G, conference convener welcomed the guests and the participants.

Prof. Samuel K Samuel, Principal of Crossland College in his presidential address emphasised the importance of soft skills to become employable. He quoted various surveys to say that less than 7% of the graduates are employable. He appealed to the students to learn the art of greeting, smiling and expressing gratitude to become successful in life and career.

Ms. Ashwini proposed the vote of thanks and Ms. Reeba anchored the programme. Prof. ShammyShiri, Senior Grade Lecturer, Departmentof Public Health, Manipal University and Dr. Robert Clive G, Associate Professor, Dept of Social Sciences Crossland College were the resource persons. Topics like Self Esteem, Team work, Body language, Work place etiquettes were discussed during the workshop.

A total of 37 students participated. Mr. Yogesh B , proprietor , Ganesh printers and the Secretary of the Crossland College Alumni Association was the guest of honour at the valedictory programme.







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