Training of students and arming them with life and communication skills have become inevitable for their better campus placements. Along with technical proficiency, overall personality development and impeccable communication skills are the need of the hour. The Training and Skill Development team at Utthan Shambhunath Institution thus works relentlessly to refine these skills of the students and enhance their employability skills through year round trainings. To accomplish this task with perfection, the department has a dedicated team of trainers who pride themselves in mentoring the students and hand-holding them not only till they get a campus recruitment but also in their journey ahead.
Our LEAP training module is divided into two segments –Aptitude training and Soft Skills training. Aptitude training is further divided into Verbal Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude. The training is imparted to all the branches of UG and PG. The module on Verbal Aptitude and Soft Skills has been designed as a 60- 80 hrs program to be covered in four semesters. (III, IV, V and VI semesters).
Verbal ability is a procedural method of improving one’s communication skills, comprehension skills and reasoning skills. To be able to express one’s idea clearly with effective words is an art which is refined further by the practice of verbal ability.
On completing the module on Verbal Aptitude and Softskills, the student will be able to:
Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning has been designed as a 40-60 hrs program to be completed in four semesters. Quantitative Aptitude has been designed in order to develop and sharpen the mathematical concepts in a student. In short aptitude is what characterizes the analytical and application ability of an individual because it is very much essential for humans to think logically in complex situations. This is more evident nowadays than ever, when we can see aptitude as being primary to every recruitment team’s assessment of students. This is because aptitude is what predicts how students will perform in their actual job.