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Do You Ask Yourself These Questions?

How can we ensure a holistic approach to the overall personality development of     students?
How can we offer a course/syllabus where students learn about life’s important skills     like communication, leadership, self regard, teamwork…..?
How can we guide students to put their best foot forward in making right career     choices?

Do you hear your students asking you…..?

How do I learn to use my skills to move from ordinary to extra-ordinary?
How do I get to know that there is more in me than I already know?
The theoretical part of the course is fantastic. How can I be sure that I will be able to     apply it in the real world?

Why …..Life Skills?

Life Skills is a combination of knowledge and abilities to perform to the best of ones potential, personality and strengths in favourable or adverse situations now or later in life.
Life Skills also known as psycho-social skills –cannot be taught as subjects. They are not the same as academic or technical learning and require a hands on or experiential methodology of instruction
When modelled and promoted as part of learning they bring value to the individual and the institute.
These skills have to do with the way we behave –towards other people, towards ourselves, towards the challenges and problems of life.
They include skills in communicating, in making decisions and solving problems, in negotiating and asserting ourselves, positive attitude, in thinking critically and creatively and understanding our feelings.
These gear the learner, by simulating and helping experience reality in many situations, toward making real-life applications of knowledge, skills and attitudes.




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