Once shrouded in the shadow of limited literacy, a rural region awakened in 2010. The newly established college welcomed 364 students, sparking a gradual rise in literacy from 47% amidst a population of 5506. This marked the beginning of a transformative journey for the local rural community, particularly girls, who for the first time gained access to education. As generations progressed, graduates blossomed from novice learners to seasoned scholars, equipped with relevant skills to meet the evolving needs of rural women.
English Language Development: The activity benefits not only the language learners but all the students in a class, as everyone can do good from the clarity that comes with a teacher outlining the requisite academic language to be learned and mastered in each session.
Reading: Encourage students to have a conversation with the text by jotting notes on the text while reading, this keeps students engaged and increase comprehensive skills.
Writing: Motivating students to write one liners, reviews, paraphrases, scripts, write-ups, articles, short stories, poems through writing assignments.
Speaking: Transform our students into a confident and fearless speaker and get rid of stage fright. The practice aims at body language, voice modulation, pronunciation, speech, debates, group discussions, role plays & more.
Test of Knowledge: General knowledge is an important part of academics. General knowledge facts help students participate in discussions and debates with confidence. It gives them an edge over the others in a group, as it makes them impressive conversationalists and help students in interviews and quizzes. It earns them the respect from their peers and admiration from their teachers as well. Quizzes on GK facts, Brainstorming and Mind Mapping are also a great way to entertain students or reinvigorate them after hectic learning sessions.
Career Skills: In the competitive world scenario, industry demands specific skill set from students at the entry level itself. Generally, due to the rapid development of technology, some of the skills that are taught to students for specific curriculum goals in educational institutions will sooner or later become redundant. No university curriculum can adequately cover all need of the hour topics. It is important for higher education institutions to supplement the curriculum so that students can have a better ability to meet industry needs and develop their own interests and skills. Along with the outstanding academic learning, students are practically oriented with the different skill sets, bridging the gap between the academics and the industrial, societal needs.