Thursday, Date: Mar 30, 2023 Time: 11:38 pm

MCM holds online workshop on Proficiency Techniques

Chandigarh : The Foreign Student Cell of Mehr Chand Mahajan DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, in collaboration with the college’s Postgraduate Department of Sociology, organised a three-day online workshop titled ‘Decoding the Proficiency Techniques’. The aim of the workshop was to equip the participants with presentation skills and techniques of conducting themselves during physical and online interviews, and group discussions, so as to enhance their job avenues. In order to strengthen the participants’ understanding of the proficiency skills and their importance in the present times, this three-day workshop was conducted by eminent resource persons from varied fields including Mrs. Neha Seth (Language Trainer), Dr. Bhavneet Bhatti (Assistant Professor, School of Communication Studies, Panjab University) and Ms Titeeksha Pathania (Consultant, British Council of India). On the first day, Mrs. Neha Seth elucidated on the various aspects of physical and online interviews and ethics of the workplace. Dr. Bhavneet Bhatti focused on the importance, planning, preparation and the techniques of group discussions and its role in the present times for amplifying the job avenues. On the last day, Ms Titeeksha Pathania shed light on personality development and body language during interviews and group discussions. She also provided the participants with a hands-on-experience of the elevator pitch and the techniques of writing a resume. A total of 45 participants attended the workshop and benefitted from it.
Principal Dr. Nisha Bhargava expressed appreciation for this highly relevant initiative as cut-throat competition requires one to be highly proficient in communication and presentation skills in order to make a mark. She added that such endeavours hold immense significance in terms of widening the horizons of the students and ensuring their holistic development.

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