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Workshop on “Personality Development and Building Self-Confidence” – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Aligarh: Prof. Atish Chattopadhyay (Vice Chancellor, Vijaybhoomi University, Karjat, Maharashtra and Principal, Jagdish Sheth School of Management, Bangalore) stressed the importance of personality development and lobbied for business schools to teach students how to put their best foot forward where it matters.

He was speaking as a guest of honor at the online workshop on “Personality Development and Self-Confidence Building” of the Department of Business at the Faculty of Management Studies and Research ( FMSR) from Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).

Professor Atish discussed the necessary etiquettes, roundness, confidence, communication skills, time management and discipline required for students to land prime jobs.

Delivering the Presidential remarks, WBU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Tariq Mansoor highlighted the role of teamwork, communication and knowledge in overall personality development.

He said, “Effective communication skills play a crucial role in personality development. Communication helps individuals express themselves in the most persuasive way. Your thoughts, feelings and knowledge should be conveyed in the most desirable way”.

In the welcome speech, Professor Salma Ahmed (Dean, FMSR) explained how a positive attitude can be a game-changer.

“Students have to speak very well to stand out. Remember, no one will take you seriously if you don’t master the art of expressing yourself clearly and in the most persuasive way,” she said.

Professor Jamal Ahmad Farooquie (chairman of the Department of Business Administration) has described personality development as a dynamic process throughout life, in which each stage is influenced by the previous one.

Prof. Feza Tabassum Azmi (Organizing Secretary) gave an overview of the workshop.

She also led the program’s first session on “dominant traits, strengths and weaknesses of individuals through self-assessment exercises and images”.

In the second session led by Dr. Asif Ali Syed, deliberations were made on the need to provide in-depth training for communication skills and personality development.

In the third session, the resource person, Saadia Rahman (Senior Consultant, Career Moves Manpower and Consultant, New Delhi) focused on phone, email and social media etiquettes.

Professor Roomana N Siddiqui (Department of Psychology) discussed stress management in the last session.

Dr Zareen Husain Farooq (co-organizing secretary) led the program,

Dr. Tariq Aziz extended the vote of thanks.

More than 50 participants, including 15 students with disabilities, attend the workshop.