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Prof.K.Samuelmemorial Lifeskills training for students at Crossland

Published On : 16 Jan 2021   |  Reported By : Media Release


The career guidance and counselling cell of Crossland College, Brahmavar organized the day long Prof.K.Samuel memorial Life Skills training programme for the final year students of the college on Wednesday,January 13,2021.Mrs.Amitha, alumna& Lecturer, Government First Grade college, Thenkanadiyur inaugurated the programme.She emphasized the need for students to practice the techniques of Life skills in life to achieve success.

 

Effective communication, problem solving and empathy are important components that we should be using in our daily life to face the challenges, she added. The Principal also spoke on the occasion. Dr.Robert Clive AssociateProfessor, Department of Social Science and the well-known trainer was the resource person.Ms.Ranjani, III B Com compered the programme.Ms.Shwetha, III B.A welcomed the gathering and Ms.Amrutha, III B.A. proposed the vote of thanks.







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