Acquiring new skills vital for students

Acquiring new skills vital for students
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A one-day workshop on ‘Soft Skills and Employability Skills’ was organised for students of Maris Stella College on Wednesday under the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD) programme. Speaking at the workshop, Sri Venkateswara University former vice-chancellor Kolakaluri Enoch said that students must focus

A one-day workshop on ‘Soft Skills and Employability Skills’ was organised for students of Maris Stella College on Wednesday under the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD) programme. Speaking at the workshop, Sri Venkateswara University former vice-chancellor Kolakaluri Enoch said that students must focus on gaining more knowledge and acquiring additional skills to enhance their employability in the competitive world.

“Technology has relegated the workforce to the second place in many capital intensive industries. As there is a heavy competition for the limited number of opportunities in every field, wisdom and subject knowledge are very essential for a candidate to get a good job. Hence, students should constantly update their knowledge and acquire new skills to be successful in the highly competitive job market,” he said.

(From left) Sri Venkateswara University former Vice-Chancellor Kolakaluri Enoch, Indian Bank deputy general manager MR Raghunadha Rao and DSP S Srinivasa Rao at the workshop

Indian Bank Deputy General Manager M R Raghunadha Rao, DSP S Srinivasa Rao, soft skills expert Mastan Rao and others spoke. College principal Sr Kulrekha Mudartha, correspondent Sr Sleeva Thumma, Head of English department B Santhi Sree and other faculty members were present.

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