As part of International Youth Day celebrations scheduled for August 12, 2016, Amity University started four day Workshop on ‘Employability Skills through Life Skills Approaches’ for the students at University Campus, Sector-125, Noida.

 

The Workshop aims at imparting knowledge about employability skills and life skills which, in today’s time, are required to succeed in every field.

 

The Workshop  is being conducted by Resource Persons and Trainers from Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), an Institute of National Importance established by an Act of Parliament, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, and Government of India.

 

During the inauguration of the Workshop, Prof (Dr) Marshal Sahni, Dean- Student Welfare, Amity University shared that every year, Amity University celebrates International Youth Day which is entirely a students’ driven activity. He called upon the students participating in the Workshop to take complete advantage from the informative event, which he assured, will help them to accelerate their Personality Development and employability in the long run.

 

Addressing the gathering, Ms Akanksha Sharma- Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD) shared that the Workshop would cover lot of relevant topics such as “Understanding Self- Self appreciation & exploration”, “Understanding Leadership” “Understanding of youth challenges in the field of employment”, “Effective communication skills”, “From wishes to dreams to goal setting”, “Conflict Resolution” amongst others. She stressed that it is very important to start from understanding “Self” and how most of the people are running aimlessly without any mission and vision. She remarked that human beings themselves decide the limit for their growth and it is in the hands of human beings to let go off their inhibitions and try and explore their potential.

 

Mr. Gurinder Azad- a resource person from RGNIYD in his interactive session, stressed that each and every human being and even animals are endowed with critical thinking but when it comes to segregating human beings on the basis of regionalism, racism, caste, sex and other limiting factors, critical thinking takes a back seat. He implored students to understand that everybody on the planet has transient existence and there is a dire need to understand and re-arrange the stereotypes existing in the society. He called upon the students to think beyond their own selves for the betterment of the country which will also address various issues related with the diversity of the globe.

The Workshop is being attended by students from various Institutions of Amity University.

As part of International Youth Day celebrations scheduled for August 12, 2016, Amity University started four day Workshop on ‘Employability Skills through Life Skills Approaches’ for the students at University Campus, Sector-125, Noida.

 

The Workshop aims at imparting knowledge about employability skills and life skills which, in today’s time, are required to succeed in every field.

 

The Workshop  is being conducted by Resource Persons and Trainers from Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), an Institute of National Importance established by an Act of Parliament, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, and Government of India.

 

During the inauguration of the Workshop, Prof (Dr) Marshal Sahni, Dean- Student Welfare, Amity University shared that every year, Amity University celebrates International Youth Day which is entirely a students’ driven activity. He called upon the students participating in the Workshop to take complete advantage from the informative event, which he assured, will help them to accelerate their Personality Development and employability in the long run.

 

Addressing the gathering, Ms Akanksha Sharma- Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD) shared that the Workshop would cover lot of relevant topics such as “Understanding Self- Self appreciation & exploration”, “Understanding Leadership” “Understanding of youth challenges in the field of employment”, “Effective communication skills”, “From wishes to dreams to goal setting”, “Conflict Resolution” amongst others. She stressed that it is very important to start from understanding “Self” and how most of the people are running aimlessly without any mission and vision. She remarked that human beings themselves decide the limit for their growth and it is in the hands of human beings to let go off their inhibitions and try and explore their potential.

 

Mr. Gurinder Azad- a resource person from RGNIYD in his interactive session, stressed that each and every human being and even animals are endowed with critical thinking but when it comes to segregating human beings on the basis of regionalism, racism, caste, sex and other limiting factors, critical thinking takes a back seat. He implored students to understand that everybody on the planet has transient existence and there is a dire need to understand and re-arrange the stereotypes existing in the society. He called upon the students to think beyond their own selves for the betterment of the country which will also address various issues related with the diversity of the globe.

 

The Workshop is being attended by students from various Institutions of Amity University.

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