Workshop held on ‘Communication & Personality Development’ at BGSBU

BGSBU Vice-Chancellor presenting memento to a participant of Workshop on ‘Communication & Personality Development’.
BGSBU Vice-Chancellor presenting memento to a participant of Workshop on ‘Communication & Personality Development’.

Excelsior Correspondent

RAJOURI, Dec 3: Three- day workshop on ‘ Communication, Career and Personality Development’ concluded at Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University Rajouri.
The workshop was organised by Centre for Hospitality and Tourism. The objective of the workshop was to bring out the best in the students and to upgrade their communication skills and personality development.
The workshop was conducted by Dr Danish Iqbal and Dr Parvez Abdulla. The speakers emphasized on the need for students to maintain positivity at all times in life and use failures and hurdles in life situations as Stepping Stones to pave a new path and surge ahead in life.
Prof Akbar Masood, Vice Chancellor of the University, in his message, said that communication skills aid in all aspects of life and help people to excel in their personal and professional life. He stressed on the need of creating awareness among students about importance of communication skills and dynamic personality and provide guidance and motivation through various activities for their improvement.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Iqbal Parwez , Dean Academic Affairs stressed on the role of communication skills in the development of personality. He told the participants that good communication skills would help them in their professional growth.
Prof GM Malik, Dean School of Education was also present on the occasion. In his address, he mentioned that Centre for Hospitality and Tourism has become the most vibrant department of the University and has taken a lead in organising various activities for the professional growth and development of the students.
45 students from various departments of the University, including Department of Management Studies, School of Engineering and Technology, Environment Sciences, University Polytechnic, Tourism and B Voc participated in the workshop.
During the workshop, students were trained the ways in which learning could be an even more delightful experience. Important themes that were covered during the workshop included communication skills, emotional stability, self-awareness, creatively, mental health and stress coping strategies.
Dr Kafeel Ahmed, Dr Jatinder Kumar and Dr Vinay Kumar coordinated the smooth conduct of the workshop. Those who were present on the occasion, included Asrar Gaus, Dr Radha Gupta, Dr Darakshan Anjum and Dr Showkat Ahmed Mir.