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MODULES  FOR  HOLISTIC  DEVELOPMENT

Personal Development Skills
Interpersonal & Communication Skills
Time Management - Goal Setting
Rural Development Technology
IQ - PQ - EQ - SQ
 Integrated Personality Development
Educational Development Services
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
Participating in Competitive Exams
Basic Computer Skills
HRD & Human Potential Development
Nation Building Activities
Managerial & Administrative Skills
Business English for Entrepreneurship
Connecting learning with living
Leadership Skills
Creative & Thinking Skills
Individual Social Responsibility
Entrepreneurship Skills
Employability Skills
 

ATTITUDES REQUIRED OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

 Parameter

Suggested testing methods

Domain Subject knowledge

As in university examination but to assess critical competencies Paraphrasing ,short answer, multiple choice, matching ,true false etc.

Subject and Computer Skills

Skills are to be assessed while in action. But, knowledge of situational, procedural, process-related, action –related etc. Skills can be assessed, to start with, through a written test. Methods testing computer skills are widely available.

Data  interpretation

Well-established models are available in tests like in CAT. Data tables, graphs and pictures can also be added to testing paragraphs

Problem solving and application

Methods are available in physical sciences and commerce. Situational and short answer questions with or without numbers in other subjects. Finding of application of knowledge and relating evidence to theory can be tested through a variety of question.

Creativity

New solutions for existing problems, new design over the existing ones, questions that demand imaginative solutions and creations

General communication and soft skills

Methods for testing writing skills are available in plenty in the university exam system. Testing speaking and soft skills in written form by asking situational questions will assess speaking skills to some extent to start with.

Logic and reasoning

The methods are well established and being used by several recruiting agencies.

Quantitative ability

Here also the methods are well established as above

General ability

Methods followed in standardized testing like civil services can be adopted but with a wide range of types of short answer questions. Abilities like finding relevance and interrelations, analysis and judging can be tested

 Attitudes

Standardized psychological testing methods are available

 

ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

Aggressive
Ambitious
Assertive
Astute
Attention to detail
Commercial awareness
Creativity
Commitment
Competitive
Conceptual
Dedicated
Determination
Diplomatic
Disciplined
Discretion
Drive
Dynamic
Empathetic
Energetic
Ethical
Enthusiasm Extroverted
Firm
Flair
Flexibility
Hands on approach
Hard-working
Imagination
Initiative
Innovative
Integrity
Intellectual capability
Mature
Motivation
Personality
Positive
Pragmatic
 Professional.
Progressive
Responsible
Results-orientation
Safety orientation
Self-confident/assured
Self-starter
 

SKILLS REQUIRED OF GRADUATE STUDENT

Ability to recognize complex issues
Add value
Administrative ability
Business development
Computer skills
Coping  with pressure
Decision policy
Entrepreneurial
Foreign language competence
Attract funds
Graphic skills
Handle things simultaneously
Implementation
Interpersonal
Judgment
Leadership
Liaison
Manage change
Managing
Motivating  staff
Negotiation
Analytical
Develop policy
Networking
Oral communication
Organizing
Persuasion
Planning
Presentation
Problem solving
Profit
Programming
Relate to clients management
Research
Selling set priorities
Strategy
Supervision
Teamwork
Therapeutic skills
Training
Understand broader picture
Vision
Work independently
Written communication
MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES FOR INTEGRATED CAREER MANAGEMENT


Review what type of career you want
Research of job market and employment trends
Completion of family background questionnaire
Completion of personal details questionnaire
Review of family influences and experiences
Completion of education, training and achievement details
Review of part time placement experience
Identification of likes and dislikes about a job
Brainstorming of priorities
Identification of possible career openings
Identification of obstacles and threats
Identification of remedial measures
Hobbies and interest details
Details of personal initiatives
Review of social context of your hobbies and interests
Review of motivational drives behind career aspirations
Translation of motivational drives into desirable qualities
Review of various life roles within your family
Review of various roles within your working environment
Review of roles in non working environment
Review of your self image
Re-engineering aspects of your self image
Identification of right working environment
Influence of your personality and motivational drives towards your career
Identification of full range of skills and abilities
Identification of preferred level of responsibility
Identification of preferred social mix in your work environment
Identification of job description of your preferred job
Identification of the type of job you want to avoid
Completion of short term strategy
Completion of long term strategy
Identification of appropriate jobs in preferred companies
Preparation of a fitting CV
Identification of areas of improvement
Ten key people who can advance your career
Personal marketing plan
Meeting ten HRD managers
Writing subject materials to be sent to the corporate sectors
Writing a mini biography
Attending self development programmes
Inventory of personal appearance tools
Finding a career counsellor
Going an extra mile
Management of failures
Preparing your self presentation audio cassettes
Documentation of self interest articles from press
Listening inventory of electronic media and discussion group
Maintenance of VIP list for correspondence
Co- ordination of electronic MIS with manual scripts
Managing mission versus vision