Employment Proficiency Program

While there will always be job-specific skills that an employer is looking for, most employers will also want you to have some general skills. These general job skills are sometimes called "employability skills".

Having employability skills can help you get a job. They can also help you stay in a job and work your way to the top. If you score a job interview, chances are you'll be asked questions about your job-specific skills and your employability skills.

Surveys after surveys reveal the fact that a vast majority of arts & science, and engineering graduates are not job-ready because they do not have employability skills. Since, organizations expect students to be job ready, students are required to learn the employability skills even as they pursue their formal or higher education.


Course Objectives

The course trains students in key employability skills like communication, inter-personal relations, emotional intelligence, time management, and leadership qualities. It sensitizes the students with the expectations and realities of the world of work. The course helps students change their attitude for better and educates them to measure their progress in terms of behavioral outcomes.

The trainings aim at enhancing students’ personality and preparing them for group discussions, and job interviews. The course makes students self-learners of management and leadership talent.

Course Content:

  •  Communication Skills and effective communication skill
  •  Types of communication and Key communication skills
  •  E-Mail Writing
  •  Resume Writing
  •  Presentation Skills
  •  What is interview and different types of interviews
  •  Preparation for personal interviews
  •  Group Discussions
  •  Telephonic interview
  •  Overall Personality Development

Who can enroll?

This course is designed keeping in mind the skill needs of polytechnic, college students of all streams and junior and middle level professionals. It’s a must-study course for job seekers and students about to complete higher education.