Soft skills are needed to get a job, stay employed, and for advancement in career. Soft Skills are the non-technical skills, abilities, and traits which are needed to function in a specific employment environment. They include four sets of workplace competencies: Problem solving and other cognitive skills, Oral communication skills, Personal qualities and work ethics and Interpersonal and teamwork skills. A positive attitude and reliability are the two qualities that employers identify as most important when hiring someone for entry-level work.
EIILM provides specially designed training program for the students in order to improve their employability skills and to prepare them to face the interview boards more effectively. The objective of this course is to provide the student with an integrated module of personality emphasizing those areas which are essential for the overall growth and development of a confident and well –groomed professional. The course helps to bring distinctiveness in one’s personality.
This program consists of a series of training courses that provide specific knowledge about management areas that are vital to the success of modern organizations.
The students learn job seeking techniques, organization and planning skills and tips for communicating with prospective employers. People who have clearly defined, well-communicated expectations find more satisfaction and success in their work.
This program helps students to
- Unfold dormant potentials
- Identify their expectations
- Discover which expectations they consider most important
- Learn how to communicate, initiate action and adjust expectations
- Improve their outlook and enhance their attitude toward work
- Enjoy the benefits of increased job satisfaction and improved performance
Students are taught good work habits including reliability, self-motivation, discipline and personal integrity.
Recent Activities :
- Workshop on "DEVELOPING GLOBAL CLASS LEADERSHIP SKILLS " organized by FICCI LADIES ORGANISATION supported by HANNS SEIDEL FOUNDATION, GERMANY in collaboration with EIILM on 26th and 27th February, 2007 at Park Hotel, Kolkata.
- EIILM was one of the hosts to celebrate the “World Entrepreneurship Week” (from 24th February to 3rd March) in Kolkata in collaboration with NEN (National Entrepreneurship Network) under the guidance of the EIILM E-Cell Faculty Coordinator Dr. Ishita Datta Ray. Throughout the week the students of EIILM performed in various activities like Business Plan Games, Idea Generation Games, Networking Games etc. at the college campus. As a part of the celebration of the E-week, EIILM has been selected along with five other institutes from India to participate at the “Global Innovation Challenge” organized by Stanford University, USA. At the closing ceremony EIILM took part in the candle-lighting ceremony held in St. Xavier’s college ground as a symbol to light the spirit of entrepreneurship. EIILM has been chosen as one of 23 institutes out of over 165 institutes all over India participating in E-Week India to be placed on the specially created Entrepreneurship Week 2007 Honor Roll.
Different modules of soft skills training are developed by EIILM academicians, expert from industry and qualified psychologists for Management students according to the professional requirements of each field.