Soft skills are non-technical skills or personal attributes that enable individuals to effectively interact with others and succeed in the workplace. These skills are often associated with emotional intelligence, communication abilities, interpersonal skills, and character traits. The list of soft skills for students to advanced in general aptitude test training using shortcuts, verbal reasoning and non verbal reasoning for competitive examinations and guest lecture on soft skills. The soft skill program was organized by training and placement cell through well experts.
Language and Communication Skills
Language and communication skills encompass a range of abilities related to effectively conveying and understanding information, ideas, and emotions through verbal and non-verbal communication. These skills are essential for interpersonal interactions, professional success, and personal development. The Language and Communication skills can lead to improved relationships, increased opportunities, and enhanced overall effectiveness in communication. In our institution Training and Placement cell has taken huge initiative for the students to enhance their communication skill.
Life skills encompass a broad range of competencies that are essential for self-awareness, self-management, and self-improvement. Life skills are a set of abilities that are necessary for effectively managing and navigating various aspects of life for the students. These skills enable individuals to adapt to the demands and challenges, make informed decisions, and achieve personal and professional goals. The Women Empowerment Cell has organized the various life skills to motivate the students.
Computing skills refer to the abilities and competencies required to effectively use computers and related technology for various purposes. These skills encompass a wide range of proficiencies, from basic computer literacy to more advanced technical knowledge. Cyber security skills involve understanding cyber security threats, best practices, and techniques to protect computer systems, networks, and data from unauthorized access, malware, and other cyber threats. This includes knowledge of firewalls, antivirus software, encryption, and security protocols. Problem-solving and critical thinking skills are essential for identifying, analyzing, and solving computing-related problems effectively. This includes troubleshooting technical issues, debugging code, and applying logical reasoning to solve problems. Through Training and Placement cell the ICT/Computing Skills can be organized for the students in our institution.