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Soft Skill Development

In the present generation, the need of the hour is to ensure adequate training so that students are well prepared to attend Aptitude Tests and Interviews for corporate recruitment. At SJCC, we have a special Soft Skill Development program that runs for a course of one month. Trainers are chosen as per student requirement and ability to identify and improve upon areas where students find shortcomings. The program is designed to ensure holistic development of students in all areas of Placement training preparation. These include – Aptitude Skills, Reasoning Ability, Communication Skills, Group Discussions and Personal Interview. This year, the program was held in the month of August. It began in the first week of August and concluded by the third week of August. It was conducted on a daily basis for four hour sessions – that lasted for a total of two and half weeks.

Areas of Development:
• Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal & Logical Reasoning
• Soft-skills - Body Language, Business Communication, Personal Interviews & Group Discussions
• Special Sessions - Motivation and Work Ethics

Process of Soft Skill Development Program:
Trainers work on completing course coverage for respective subject heads.The course duration ranges from 40 to 60 hours depending on course requirements and period of engagement. The training program encompasses methods of testing and assessment that help to analyze, evaluate and improvise the course as per batch requirement. Test phases are interspersed throughout the duration of the course. Training program begins with an assessment test, which helps to group students based on levels of preparation.

These Focus groups help Trainers provide individual attention for students who require extra aid. The first module enhances soft skills and leaves students with better communication skills. Non-verbal forms of communication such as body language and positive attitude, are also taught. The last level of classes prepares students for grueling group discussions and personal interviews. By the end of the module, have valuable insights into the various requirements of the recruitment process. Students will be equipped to overcome apprehensions and deliver in the best way possible.

Coordinator: Department of Placements