Soft skills include any ability that can be classed as a personality trait. Interpersonal skills and Listening skills are the most basic types of soft skills that many employers are searching for in career seekers.

Soft skills are also natural personality characteristics, you already have a few marketable soft skills that allows you to excel in your career. Soft skills are built by your personality and attitude towards the employer of a company. Soft skills can also be acquired and improved with practice and experience.


  • To promote all-round student growth by emphasizing on soft skills.
  • To make engineering students aware of the value, function and quality of soft skills through teaching, knowledge acquisition, presentation, etc.,
  • To develop and nurture the soft skills of the students through individual and group activities.
  • To expose students to right attitudinal and behavioral aspects and to build the same through activities.
  • To enhance expertise in Team Building and Time Management
  • To increase the employability capabilities of students and overall business grooming
  • To provide motivational instruction along with realistic advice that helps in career visioning and planning.


Team building is a collective term for various types of activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within teams, often involving collaborative tasks.

A team is a number of persons associated together in work or activity: as a group on one side (as in football or debate).” In other words, when one person cannot accomplish a job alone and several individuals must cooperate to fulfill a mission, you need a team. The better the cooperation, communication, and coordination among team members, the more efficient the team.


Leadership skills are the strengths and abilities individuals demonstrate that help the oversee processes, guide initiatives and steer their employees toward the achievement of goals.


Proper grooming and professional appearance are important to gain not just positive impression but also respect in the workplace. First impressions matter and the way you look and carry yourself create impact on people you get along with in the work setting. Proper grooming and professional appearance is important to both men and women. Lack of these may lead to poor image and may interfere with your chance of getting good impression and positive feedbacks from your workmates and superiors.


Interpersonal skills are capabilities to effectively communicate, socialize, connect, and cooperate with people in life, whether it is an individual or a group. Some people naturally have great interpersonal skills. Others have to learn and practice interpersonal skills in order to master them. One thing's for sure: taking the time and effort to become proficient in this skill set can tremendously benefit your relationships in life and may improve your professional success!


Employers highly value people who can resolve issues quickly and effectively. That may involve calling on industry knowledge to fix an issue immediately, as it occurs, or taking time to research and consult with colleagues to find a scalable, long-term solution.


Work Ethic is the capacity to perform activities and responsibilities in a timely, high –quality manner. Good work ethic will help you to ensure to maintain a productive interaction with your boss and peers even though you are already learning professional knowledge in a new career. Many managers would like to deal for someone who has a good work ethic and he is willing to learn more than a professional worker who is unmotivated.