My latest article on “Attitude - Creator of our Destiny” article was published in Future section of Hitavada Newspaper on 6th May 2014.
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We all know everything that exists on this earth is a form of energy. Energy can never be created nor destroyed but can be transformed from one form to another. Our body is also a form of energy and body gets energy from the mind. Our mind is originator of all forms of energy in our body. It is the super computer which controls all our bodily functions and well being.
Every person on this earth is born with a responsibility to be handled in the long run. God has created every human being and have send him/ her here to do a certain task which can be done by no one else except that person. Responsibilities makes life worth living and it is the responsibility which makes us capable and strong to handle the task at hand. Compare two people one with responsibilities and the other with no responsibilities, you will know the difference between the two with the way they handle their life, talk to people, attitude and body language.
Attitude is the thinking with which we live. The way we perceive life and live it is our attitude. We have heard of optimistic and pessimistic people. Optimist's are those who carry a positive attitude towards life while the pessimists carry a negative attitude. There are people whose attitude remains negative no matter what happens to them while there are people whose positive attitude changes to negative and again comes back to equilibrium when a problem passes over.
I conducted full Day Workshop at Nabira Mahavidyalaya, Katol on “Resume Writing & Group Discussion” on 8th March 2014 on the occasion of Women’s Day for MBA students. I trained them on how to write resume and how to face group discussion (GD) with full confidence. Mock resume writing and mock GD sessions were held so that students gained confidence and were ready to face the GD’s in the coming days.
I conducted training program on “Soft Skills needed for the Corporate World” at Nabira Mahavidyalaya, Katol on 1st March 2014 for MBA students. I taught them about the need of soft skills and the soft skills which they need to excel in interviews and in the corporate world. They were very receptive, listening to me patiently. I talked about the need of Communication Skills, Effective Presentation Skills, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for them. A combination of these skills with a good personality and academic record will help them sail easily through interviews.
I was invited as judge by G.H. Raisoni Academy for Human Excellence to judge “Prastuti” Inter Collegiate Power Point Presentation Competition for College Faculty on 1st February 2014.
It was indeed a great moment to share stage with Chief Guest Mr Mishra (IRS Commissioner), Prashant Joshi, Asma Banu, Dr. Yasin G.M. Sheikh (Director, G.H. Raisoni Academy for Human Excellence), P.A.Varhadpande (Manager, G.H. Raisoni Academy for Human Excellence).