Soft Skill Development

Our primary focus is to make the student employment ready: During the job application and interview process, employers look for applicants with two skill sets: hard skills and soft skills. Hard skills are teachable abilities. Typically, you’ll learn hard skills in the classroom, through books or other training materials in schools / College program, or on the job. Hard skills are easy to quantify [Percentage of marks obtained].

Soft skills, on the other hand, are subjective skills that are much harder to quantify. Also known as “people skills” or “interpersonal skills,” soft skills relate to the way you relate to and interact with other people.

A person’s soft skill is an important part of their individual contribution to the success of an organization. For this reason, soft skills are increasingly sought out by employers in addition to standard qualifications. Thus in absence of Soft skill- Employability is either NOT possible or very difficult. Soft skills includes – Social graces [manners & etiquettes], Communication [English language] skills, Personal habits, Interpersonal skills, Managing people, Leadership, Confidence building, Conflict Management, , Negotiation Skills, Team building and Decision Making etc.

Hard skills together with soft skills only ensure all-round development of the students and thereby equipping them to face life after college. The soft skills training provided to the students assist them in identifying and achieving their own personal potential.

Soft Skill Development Program

Course Coordinator :

Dr. Varsha Gawande

Course Instructor
1. Prof. S. P. Kamble
2. Prof. H.H. Deshmukh

Course Layout

While hard skills teach us what to do, soft skills tell us how to apply our hard skills in a social environment. The focus of the course is to develop a wide variety of soft skills starting from communication, to working in different environments, developing emotional sensitivity, learning creative and critical decision making, developing awareness of how to work with and negotiate with people and to resolve stress and conflict in ourselves and others.

The first year focuses on laying a foundation on the English Language Skills.

The second year focuses on Self management and People Skills which include Social graces [manners & etiquettes], programs on Personality Development, Goal Setting, Confidence building Conflict Management, Interpersonal Skills, Negotiation Skills, Team building and Decision Making.

Third year focuses on Presentation skills, Leadership, Confidence building, Conflict Management, Interview, Group discussion.

  1. The objective of the programme is to bring students at par with professional ethos to compete in the global world by providing a platform to develop self confidence thereby Withstanding in today’s scenario by facing global challenge and needs of the employment arena.
  2. Varied competency training
  3. A Special Programme for personality development
  4. English Commutative fluency modules
  5. Programme for Soft Skill Development.

Team Head :- Dr. Varsha E. Gawande

  • S.P. Kamble
  • H. H. Deshmukh

Placement Cell

The faculty is actually  engaged in mainstreaming the stature of persons through skill development and generating employment opportunities for them .the team adopts a strategy to facilitate sustainable employment.

It involves job mapping.

In house placement opening by providing companies the list of prospective candidate

Organizing job fair company’s candidate the list of prospective.

Training through communication skill, soft skill including interview techniques.

  • A follow up of company requirement profile is received and student are

trained Accordingly.

Team Head :-

Prof. S.K. Tantrapale

Prof. D.A. Padole

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