In this competitive age it is not enough to only have an excellent I.Q. or academic record. Being good at studies and scoring high marks in subjects are not the only criteria for success in professional or personal life. To compete at a bigger platform and for living a better quality of life, it is very important for students to learn some skills.
Life skills is very important as part of formal learning as it gives young people more control to improve their lives and to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. Keeping this view in mind, skill development course has been embedded in the curriculum and it was formally launched on 19th September, 2015 at the College Conference Hall with cooking classes for the current academic session.
Plans are on to introduce Soft Skills, Baking, Tailoring and beautician course in the next academic session.