Jalandhar March 15 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- A 7 day workshop was organized by Placement Cell, PG Department of Computer Science and IT Forum of Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar in collaboration with Mahindra Pride Classroom on the occasion of International Women’s Day with the motto to instill a seed of entrepreneurship in the young girls so that they could learn the ways to taste success in future. The workshop had begun on 9th March 2023 where 70 female students of the college participated.
Mrs. Anju Jain (Certified Soft Skills, Pedagogy and E- Content trainer) was present as a Resource speaker in this 7 day workshop. Mrs. Anju Jain has so far benefited thousands of people in 150 training sessions by sharing her knowledge, eloquence, mastery in soft cycles, tips to build their personality on time etc.
Principal Dr. Neerja Dhingra warmly welcomed Mrs. Anju Jain and said that it is our good fortune and especially for our girl students that they are learning from another strong and successful woman and thus getting the right kind of exposure through her experience and skills.She added that on the occasion of International Women’s Day, there cannot be better gift for our female students than this opportunity to strengthen their self- confidence and ultimately discover and nurture their hidden potentials.
Female students were introduced with the importance of life skills
On the first day of the workshop, the female students were introduced with the importance of life skills, body language, professional grooming and communication skills. On the second day, this was followed by importance of good health in our life, determination of purpose and time management and how to make the best of the job opportunity and land a desired job. On the third day, the students learnt about professional communication, digital identity and money management.
On the fourth day the young brigade learnt about professional ethics, critical thinking and about the right way of presenting a project. This was followed by presentation skills and problem solving skills on the fifth day. The sixth day of the workshop was all about learning how to manage conflicts and ace a group discussion. On the final day of the workshop, questions and answers were given to the students and their queries were satisfactorily answered.
Principal Dr. Neerja Dhingra congratulated Dr. Roopali Sood, Head, Department of Computer Science; Dr. Munish Gupta, Dean, Placement Cell and its members and Dr. Jagmohan Mago, Convenor of IT Forum and all the faculty members of the Department of Computer Science, for the immense success of this workshop.