Vocational Preparation Programme (Finishing school for Outgoing students)

Due to the stiff competition during placement interviews, students have to perform well both in technical and personal interviews. Apart from the technical knowledge acquired through the regular curriculum, students should also exhibit soft skills and other skills during campus interviews and also during their career. 

A Finishing school is regularly arranged by the institution towards the end of each session for a week or more for the outgoing students. 

Finishing school for the outgoing students is regularly arranged to enhance:

  • employability by future employer
  • team work skills, IPR skills
  • Etiquette and grooming skills
  • critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • reporting, documentation and communication skills
  • personality traits, self discipline, leadership skill
  • skill match between the future job requirements and the knowledge possessed by the student

Main topics selected for the Finishing school includes:

  • Grooming
  • Stress management
  • Soft skill
  • Spoken English
  • Preparation for interview/Interview technique
  • Work culture
  • Legal aspects in health care settings
  • Documentation

The selected topics were discussed, explained and demonstrated by faculties of our institution, personnel from placement agencies, business personnel and experts from other institutions and organizations.

Spoken Hindi and Moral education classes are also regularly arranged for Final year students apart from the regular curriculum towards the end of the session. An external teacher is regularly engaged for Spoken Hindi classes and the Moral education is conducted by Church leaders and elders.

Spoken Hindi class is believed to enhance:

  • the conduct of the students in their future job
  • the career opportunities of the students
  • the pride of students in their nationality

Moral education class is arranged to impart:

  • moral qualities such as humility, truthfulness, honesty, courtesy, tolerance, sacrifice etc
  • an important project i.e, making sense of life
  • education on socially acceptable characters and behaviours

Moral education aimed to cover four pillars of teaching and learning such as

  • Character and morality
  • The individual and the community
  • Civic studies and
  • Cultural studies

All outgoing students actively participate in these programmes and their skills are immensely improved.