'Lack of Leadership Skills Leaving Indian Youth Jobless'

Published: 22nd August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd August 2014 08:19 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: The two-day leadership training programme organised by the Department of Economics and Career Guidance Cell of Maris Stella College concluded here Thursday.

The programme, conducted in collaboration with the Forum for Free Enterprise, Mumbai, was aimed at training the outgoing students of the college on improving communication skills, setting up targets and time management.

Programme officer of the All India Radio (AIR), Vijayawada, Mahesh, who was the chief guest at the programme, stressed the importance of leadership qualities and added that the Indian youth was finding it difficult to grab opportunities in the job market due to lack of leadership qualities.

Head of the Economics Department Josephine Sandhya Rani said that it was important for the students to learn how to manage time.

Maris Stella College principal Sr Rekha, correspondent Sr T Sleeva, Internal Quality Assurance Cell coordinator K Sandhya, placements officer Govind and others were present during the workshop.

Placements officer of Maris Stella College Govind said that Amazon Group International would be visiting the campus for recruiting students on August 25. All BA, BSc, BCom and MBA students can participate, he said. For further details, contact: 9010845895.


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