An endeavor to work with the Zila Parishad, Kullu, to help and train locals in attaining a sustainable livelihood.
Heritage/History Preservation skills
Showcasing heritage, and appreciating history can be acquired through study, ethnography, and interactive experiences which enhance personal confidence, collective responsibility towards one’s society, culture and heritage-these skills will allow employment at a local level and preservation of history, culture, and heritage at the grassroot level.
- communication and public speaking
- research skills
- ethnographic skills
- display of heritage and history
A set of basic abilities acquired through study and/or direct life experience that enable individuals and groups to effectively handle issues and problems faced in daily life is referred to as life skills.
Creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, the ability to communicate and collaborate, as well as personal and social responsibility that contribute to good citizenship – these are all necessary skills for success in the twenty-first century, both for healthy societies and for successful and employable individuals.
- critical thinking
- decision making
- problem solving
Skill Enhancement Course / Personality Development
Personal development is the process of examining your abilities and attributes, determining how they connect to your life goals, and determining how to develop the strengths you require to achieve. Participating in a lifelong process of personal development can pay off in your personal life, family life, relationships, and career advancement.
Consider the development of a child as an example. Walking, talking, fine motor skills, reading, and a variety of other skills are acquired as an infant grows from a toddler to a preschooler, then into childhood and eventually adolescence. While we may have completed our physical development, we must continue to master the more sophisticated skills required for adult success, such as patience and discipline, financial and career planning, listening at work and at home, finding inner serenity in the midst of a stressful day, and so much more.
Everyone follows a different path in their personal development. Individual characteristics and aspirations guide diverse approaches to achieving personal growth. Personal development, however, is something we can all learn about no matter what stage of life we are in, as seen by the surge in interest in this topic in recent years. This is a very common misinterpretation.
- Communication and Public Speaking
- Time Management
- Goal Setting
- Team Work