Centre for Career Development (CCD)
SBIT Centre for Career Development (CCD) is a SANGAM of Career Mentor, Aspirants and Opportunities. It’s a platform where any aspirant who wants to build his or her career in any field can take the guidance directly from the Role Model of the same field. It’s a KOSHISH to bring awareness in the society about various opportunities present in the global market and guidance to achieve the goal. CCD will organize various programs across INDIA with a vision to be the leader in Career Mentoring & Coaching as an Non Profitable Body.
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• Psychological Testing & Career Counseling
• Career Counseling Workshop
• Leadership Camps
• Personality Development
• Handling Exam Anxiety
• Building Up Communication Skills
• Research - Case Development
• Community Outreach
• Joint Programmes with Industry Associations.
• Evaluation studies and reports for different Government Bodies.
• Entrepreneurship and Innovation Forums to promote communication between Potential and Existing Entrepreneurs, Financial Institutions, Infrastructure Authorities, Policy Making Bodies, etc.
• Dissemination of research to influence and promote effective economic and social policy development.
Psychological Testing & Career Counseling
A psychometric test, or aptitude test, provides insights into someone’s cognitive ability and indicates the potential of a candidate to excel in a position or career. Psychometric testing takes various forms (numerical, mechanical, logical, verbal, etc); the tests are intended to streamline the recruitment process and reveal top applicants efficiently. Most psychometric tests are administered online.
Career Counseling Workshop
Career counseling workshop at SBIT is a general programme providing a broad overview of the numerous career options available to students of every stream, with an introduction to career planning. The inter-active workshop, using audio-visual aids, assists students in identifying career options and appropriate higher education routes for each, thus enabling them determine the steps they need to take to equip themselves for the world of work.
SBIT arranges career counselling workshops from time to time for its students for a better career shaping and guidance. This gives them a platform to think, discuss and decide the next step toward their career goals.
• About Personality Development
• Why Personality development is important?
• Here are some Personality Development Tips
• Type of personality
• What’s your personality Type?
A person’s personality is the shadow of his thinking. What he feels what he believes and all the behavior of his own defines his personality. Personality Development is the purposeful improvement of a person’s behavioral traits, communication skills, interpersonal relationships, attitude towards life and adoption of ethics through training.
Here are some Personality Development Tips:
1. Develop a positive mental attitude and let it be seen and felt by others.
2. Always speak in a carefully, disciplined and friendly tone.
3. Pay Close attention to someone speaking to you.
4. Be able to maintain your compulsion in all circumstances.
5. Adopt patience and relax.
6. Keep an open mind.
7. Smile when speaking with others.
8. Know that not all your thoughts need to be expressed.
9. Don’t ever procrastinate.
10. Engage in at least one good deed a day.
11. Find a reason in failure rather than brood over it.
12. Act as if the person you are speaking to is the most important person in the world.
13. Congratulate others in a genuine way without being excessive.
14. Have someone you trust point out your flaws.
Handling Exam Anxiety
Many people experience stress or anxiety before an exam. In fact, a little nervousness can actually help you perform your best. However, when this distress becomes so excessive that it actually interferes with performance on an exam, it is known as Exam anxiety.
What does it feel like to experience Exam anxiety? You paid attention in class, took detailed notes, read every chapter, and even attended extra study sessions after class, so you should do great on that big exam, right? When the Exam is presented, however, you find yourself so nervous that you blank out the answers to even the easiest questions. If this experience sounds familiar, then you might be suffering from Exam anxiety.
What Is Exam Anxiety?
Exam anxiety is a psychological condition in which people experience extreme distress and anxiety in Examing situations. While many people experience some degree of stress and anxiety before and during exams, Exam anxiety can actually impair learning and hurt Exam performance.
Exam anxiety is a type of performance anxiety. In situations where the pressure is on and a good performance counts, people can become so anxious that they are actually unable to do their best.
Strategies for reducing exam anxiety:
Have you ever frozen on an exam? Found yourself unable to recall material during the exam and then recalled everything afterwards? Had trouble focusing on exam questions because of interfering thoughts?
Here are few strategies to prevent this from happening again.
• Maintain a healthy lifestyle
• Get accurate information
• Study effectively
• Prepare to write the exam
• Adjust your attitude
• Use Exam-taking strategies
Building up Communication Skills
Being able to communicate effectively is perhaps the most important of all life skills. It is what enables us to pass information to other people, and to understand what is said to us. You only have to watch a baby listening intently to its mother and trying to repeat the sounds that she makes to understand how fundamental the urge to communicate is.
Communication, at its simplest, is the act of transferring information from one place to another. It may be vocally (using voice), written (using printed or digital media such as books, magazines, websites or emails), visually (using logos, maps, charts or graphs) or non-verbally (using body language, gestures and the tone and pitch of voice). In practice, it is often a combination of several of these.
Communication skills may take a lifetime to master—if indeed anyone can ever claim to have mastered them. There are, however, many things that you can do fairly easily to improve your communication skills and ensure that you are able to transmit and receive information effectively.
The Importance of Good Communication Skills
Developing your communication skills can help all aspects of your life, from your professional life to social gatherings and everything in between.
The ability to communicate information accurately, clearly and as intended, is a vital life skill and something that should not be overlooked. It’s never too late to work on your communication skills and by doing so, you may well find that you improve your quality of life.
Communication skills are needed in almost all aspects of life:
Professionally, if you are applying for jobs or looking for a promotion with your current employer, you will almost certainly need to demonstrate good communication skills.
Communication skills are needed to speak appropriately with a wide variety of people whilst maintaining good eye contact, demonstrate a varied vocabulary and tailor your language to your audience, listen effectively, present your ideas appropriately, write clearly and concisely, and work well in a group. Many of these are essential skills that most employers seek.
Developing Communication Skills
Good communication skills can improve the way that you operate through life, smoothing your way in your relationships with others.
Poor communication skills, on the other hand, can sour relationships from business to personal, and make your life significantly harder.
Some people seem to understand how to communicate without even trying. They are able to tailor their language, tone and message to their audience, and get their point across quickly and succinctly, in a way that is heard. They are also able to pick up the messages sent to them rapidly, understanding both what is said, and what has not been said.
This may seem effortless, but the chances are that they have spent plenty of time honing their skills.