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EMPLOYABILITY

EMPLOYABILTY

Students seeking employment have to present themselves well in their resume and acquire necessary skills and confidence to face interviews. The programme will include tools for self-discovery, disclosure and dealing with questions and objections from a group.

JOB READINESS

Students who have secured a job and need to transition from the campus (culture) to corporate (culture). In this programme participants will be sensitised to the change in contexts that they will experience while transiting from campus to corporate. They have to shift from receivers of knowledge to seekers and learners. The participants will ‘learn to learn’, conceptualise and apply. They will learn from their own reflections and those of others. This programme exposes participants to practices and concepts with which they will learn to respond to situation as opposed to reaction. The participants will experience the difference between being a dependent, to interdependent to being an independent individual.

LIFE PERSPECTIVES

Students’ attendance and attention of students who attend classes is a matter of concern today. There is a need in them to understand why they are learning what they are learning. The facilitator is expected to connect the learning with real world and help the student to comprehend the relevance of their learning to their contexts. An experiment conducted in Pegasus in collaboration with Centurion University, Orissa has revealed that the learners needed exposure to wider perspectives of life and the joy of small successes. They are happy to learn the methods of learning from failure and leveraging on the rest of the world to learn and succeed. This programme is a supplement to curriculum based education and has shown to improve learner engagement and productivity in terms of learning.

SELF-LEADERSHIP

This is an advanced programme designed to sensitise learners to the concept of self-leadership and its importance. They learn to continuously discover what they want to do (motives, passion and values), what they can do (their present capabilities) and what they have to do (to sustain and develop). The participants can discover their motivations, passion and values that will govern their future. Goal setting and building the capability to achieve their goals is an important aspect of self-leadership. The context of the individuals determines the path for sustenance and development and therefore it is very important that individuals appreciate their own contexts and be responsible for their development plans.

BRINGING COMMON GROUND AMONG LEARNERS

The new entrants into a college are from different backgrounds be it social, economic or educational. This poses a challenge to the teachers and educationists and often are stuck dealing with differentiation instead of imparting education. There is a need to bring all the students to a common ground. Their habits have to be on par and meet the curricular needs for future professional practices. The students and teachers have to cope with the categorisation make the learners ready for learning.