Ms. Suchitra Surve, in this episode, speaks on a common problem heard from students, individuals, working professionals, educational institutes and corporate that is, today’s youth is not employable due to lack of employability skills. Seeking admission to a course or a college is the first step, and bond to learn the theory. But what, how and where are you going to apply these skills, that is, where employability skills play the key role. Recruiters and Organizations today are looking at people who are just more than theory, who can bring with them their own identity, creative thinking and also identify how they can add value to the process or the service that the organization is offering.
More and more students are completing their education, to gain a competitive advantage, it is essential to be equipped with employability skills. These employability skills will define you and give you first mover’s advantage. In organizations, nowadays, there is a process laid down, people know how to use it. Finally, they need people with employability skills to take their products or services to the next level. While recruiting the recruiters are looking at some specific skills. You will not get this information in any textbook, but it’s more of a training, observation, development, and improvement.
The practice is essential in employability skills. Try to identify the areas where you lack, take professional help to work and improve in these areas. Don’t just join random classes, it’s more to do with your personalized needs and the interventions required thereof. Focus on yourself on the skills that you need to develop to be more employable; even if you decide to be an entrepreneur, employability skills are going to be useful to you to move ahead. Understanding the need and importance’s, Growth Centre and Career Growth channel, already has some videos covering these topics, and few more will come up in the future.
GRE/GMAT as we all know is a standardized test taken by prospective students as a part of their application for Masters Courses in Business, Management and MBA. The Universities use these test scores to assess an applicant’s potential.
Choosing the right university to study abroad has always been a question with many different answers. Like earlier, we had discussed few points that need to be considered while making a university choice, but now we will guide you on how to choose the right university to study abroad and what other factors need to be taken under consideration.
Choosing the right career for students has rarely been a simple decision. With vast career options available, decision of pursuing one specific career can turn the decision from inspiring to overwhelming.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a language proficiency test given to individuals interested to work & study abroad where English is the primary language. In the previous article we discussed about myths & facts of English Proficiency exams.
With numerous course options to study abroad, why are we still confused about what course to select? Selecting a top/trending course to study abroad is something that all of us want, but while choosing a top course, you need to plan a proper career path.
In the previous article, we discussed study abroad myths and facts; now it’s time to discuss the entrance exams we need to take to study abroad.
After two years of the pandemic halt, we are now coming back to our routine, adapting to the ‘new normal’ and students are now free to travel to other countries following covid-19 regulations.
We have many questions about What, How & When to study abroad and make assumptions about it as well. No one ever said that studying abroad will be easy, it’s just about challenging yourself with unfamiliar situations.
Covid-19 has affected everyone but with increase in the number of cases everything is unpredictable. Given the current scenario, many international students are finding it difficult on how to face these challenges that has affected the education sector. In this…
To Prepare or Not to Prepare-This year, just like last year has been a roller coaster ride for students, especially for those in the 10th and 12th. Exams… postponed exams.. this ambiguity about exams has created much more frustration amongst students as well as their parents than ever before. ‘To…
Explore Study Abroad Options After Exam Cancellation – Postponed Exam – Needless to say, even if the exams have been cancelled or postponed, we need to keep ourselves updated and plan about what’s next? Those who planned or were considering to study abroad especially, need to start planning. For …
8th March – a day celebrating women and all things associated with her and in the past few years has gained a lot of hype and commercial importance. A lot of ads / video’s, promos showing the power of being a woman… the importance of being a woman; stores having…