Professional courses need time, says Vanitaa Rawat
With the growing demand for specialized skills since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, professional courses have become the need of the hour, according to Vanitaa Rawat, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner and motivational speaker.
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“The Covid-19 pandemic has introduced unprecedented changes in our learning methods. It has also given a great boost to digital learning in the education system. Even though the worst of the pandemic seems to be behind us, blended learning, i.e. a mixture of offline and online teaching, will be the new normal. We are seeing a big push on job training and skills, which are the need of the hour, and will help us develop a stronger, more skilled workforce,” said the famed life coach and content creator. .
Vanitaa was speaking as the guest of honor at the launch of new skill-based courses for students of Shree Mahavir Vidyamandir Trust B. Ed College and VT Poddar BCA and Commerce College. She praised the colleges for introducing the new courses and said they would help students develop new skills and seek better livelihood opportunities.
“Vocational training has become more important than ever. Anyone who takes a practical, skills-based course is already at an advantage over others who are not,” she pointed out.
The seven certification courses launched include Creative Writing, Life Skills Education, Basic Contest Course, Basic Book Counting, Python Programming Language Basics, and Communication Skills/Brand Development. personality. (Seventh lesson?). Other courses of this type are in preparation.
Dr. Kishoresinh Chanda, Vice Chancellor, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University (VNSGU), Dr. Patralekha Barad, Dean of Faculty of Education, VNSGU, Dr. Snehal Joshi, Dean of Faculty of Computer Science, Dr. Mehul Desai, Principal of Udhna Citizen College, RJ Veer of 91.1 FM, Administrator Sudhakar ji Master, Niraj Patel and Chandrakant Shah, also graced the occasion.
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